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The Tuxedo Metro-North station serves the residents of that community and the gated village of Tuxedo Park, New York. Trains leave the station on the Port Jervis Line for Hoboken, 37 miles (59.5 km) away; travel time to that destination is approximately an hour. It is located along the north-south segment of NY 17 almost directly across from the main entrance to Tuxedo Park.
No Image Original Tuxedo station, built 1885.Tuxedo is the only stop along the line that retains the old station at the current station site. It was built in 1885 as one of the original Tuxedo Park buildings, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. The town of Tuxedo currently owns it, and uses it mainly as a police lockup.
No Image In December of 2007 EJMcopper was commissioned to do the historical restoration of the existing, and the fabrication of a new weather vane/spire for the Tuxedo train station.
No Image The original which was removed from a building built in 1885 arrived in January of 2008
No Image EJMcopper craftsmen quickly took measurements and proceeded to fabricate a historically accurate reproduction.
No Image The next phase was to repair the original so that it could be displayed inside the train station by the preservation society.
No Image EJMcopper was honored to have the opportunity to help in the restoration of the Tuxedo train station.
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