Fair Haven station
Fair Haven station in July 2006
|Location||Depot & Water Streets|
Fair Haven, Vermont
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Closed||January 9, 2010|
The Ethan Allen Express began service between New York City and Rutland on December 2, 1996. It was the first passenger service on the line between Whitehall and Rutland since 1936. An infill station was opened at Fair Haven in November 1997.
The station building, originally built by the Delaware and Hudson Railway, was in poor condition and was not available for passenger use. Instead, Amtrak passengers used a small bus shelter located across the street from the building.
Fair Haven is a small town with limited tourist activity; in FY 2007 the station served just 2,205 passengers. In January 2010, Fair Haven station was replaced with Castleton station, 5 miles (8.0 km) to the east, which better serves Castleton University and Lake Bomoseen. Castleton station opened on January 2; Fair Haven remained in use until January 9.
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- "Amtrak Northeast Timetable: Fall/Winter 1997-98". Amtrak. October 26, 1997 – via Museum of Railway Timetables.
- "Amtrak Fact Sheet, FY2007, State of Vermont" (PDF). Amtrak. January 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 June 2008.
- "In Amtrak History" (PDF). Amtrak Ink. 18 (11). December 2013.
- Lloyd, Barbara (December 19, 1996). "Train Trip to Vermont Offers Some of the Fun". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-08-14.
- Media related to Fair Haven station at Wikimedia Commons
- Fair Haven, VT – Amtrak
- Fair Haven Amtrak Station (USA Rail Guide -- Train Web)
- Station on Google Maps Street View
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