The Preservation Trust of Vermont has awarded a Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization grant of $100,000 to the Town of New Haven for exterior renovations to the New Haven Depot.
The crew that in January of last year moved the New Haven Train Depot 1.7 miles from New Haven Junction, underneath powerlines and across frozen fields to its new, permanent home near the town’s library, recently received international recognition for the … (read more)
Nearly a year’s worth of work relocating the New Haven train depot came to an end this week, when the 19th-century building was placed on a foundation at its new permanent home next to the town’s library.
The next phase of creating a permanent home for the New Haven Train Depot is expected to begin later this month, when crews will start pouring a foundation for the historic structure.
We tagged along with the moving company transporting the historic New Haven train depot from New Haven Junction to its new home on North Street, where it arrived on Thursday.
The historic train depot located at the junction of Routes 7 and 17 in New Haven will begin the first leg of its journey to a new home on North Street this coming week.
Plans for relocating the historic New Haven Junction Train Depot have taken an adventurous turn in recent weeks.
NEW HAVEN — After months of community conversations and wrangling with state officials it looks like the New Haven Junction Train Depot will no longer be located at a junction. At an emergency meeting last week the town selectboard, needing to choose a ne … (read more)
NEW HAVEN — If all goes well this year, and COVID-19 doesn’t slow things down even more, Amtrak passenger train service could be extended from Rutland through Addison County to Burlington by the end of this year, according to state transportation official … (read more)
NEW HAVEN — Metaphorically speaking, the New Haven Train Depot at the junction of Route 7 and Route 17 is between a rock and a hard place. Physically speaking, the 19th-century building is wedged between railroad tracks and protected wetlands, and it’s go … (read more)