White River Junction station
|Location||102 Railroad Row|
White River Junction, VT 05001
|Owned by||State of Vermont|
|Line(s)||New England Central Railroad|
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Connections||Green Mountain Railroad|
|Opened||December 8, 1937|
|Passengers (FY2018)||13,864 2.29%|
White River Junction is a passenger train station in White River Junction, Vermont, served by Amtrak's Vermonter. It is also used by the Green Mountain Railroad for passenger excursion trains to Thetford and the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, Vermont. Originally, it was built in 1937 as a union station that served the Boston and Maine Railroad, Central Vermont Railway, and Rutland Railroad. On display adjacent to the station is a sheltered display of Boston and Maine Railroad #494, a historic steam locomotive. The station's historic building is a contributing property in the White River Junction Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Dartmouth College is five miles to the north in Hanover, New Hampshire.
In earlier decades more trains stopped in the station. The Boston & Maine's Ambassador Boston - Montreal train stopped there, as did the Connecticut Yankee in its years as an longer distance international train from New York City to Quebec City.
- "Amtrak Fact Sheet, FY2018, State of Vermont" (PDF). Amtrak. June 2019. Retrieved 29 December 2019.
- "Windsor County, VT". www.rrshs.org.
- Courtney Fisher (original author) (May 1980). "White River Junction Historic District --National Register Nomination Information". Scanned or other replica of original NRHP application document. CRJC.ORG.
Media related to White River Junction station at Wikimedia Commons
- White River Junction, VT – Amtrak
- White River Junction (WRJ) (Amtrak's Great American Stations)
- White River Junction Amtrak Station (USA Rail Guide -- Train Web)
- White River Junction (Great Railroad Stations Index)
- New England Transportation Institute and Museum
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