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Station Taking Passengers for Trip Into Piermont’s History

The Piermont Historical Society will open the doors of their historic station headquarters this Sunday. Take a walk or ride your bike along the Esposito Rail Trail and visit the exhibit on Sunday, June 22. The exhibit will be open to the public again on July 6 and 20, August 3, 17, and 31 and September 14 and 28.

This video tour of exhibit will inspire you to embark on this journey through local history.

Learn about Piermont’s unique railroad history as well as the station’s inhabitants. Discover Piermont’s other rich history –its role in the American revolution, its historic district, its 1900s Fort Comfort resort, Woody Allen’s Purple Rose of Cairo and more.

Piermont Historical Society

The Piermont Historical Society is located at Piermont’s Railroad Station, 50 Ash Street,  Piermont, NY 10968.

In 2007, the society received The Rockland County Historic Preservation Merit Award for its role in the restoration of the historic station.

Their website contains a comprehensive self-guided walking tour of Piermont  From the Tappan Slote to Piermont – 1609 to 2009

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