Copake Falls Train Station, Copake Falls

One of Columbia County’s renovated train stations

Once a bustling hub for trains — with three stations for two different rail lines — the original Copake Falls station was completed in 1852. Destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1905, the building currently houses the Depot Deli.

Located along the Harlem Valley Rail Trail — and directly across from the entrance to Taconic State Park — this convenience store and deli has been serving hikers, swimmers, and bikers since 1983.

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copake falls train stationNow the Depot Deli, the Copake Falls station was built in 1905
Photograph by Emily Moser

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