There’s Only One Remaining Train Station Like This In All Of Rhode Island And It’s Magnificent

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, trains were popular ways to travel. Now, most people get from here to there by driving the highways, city streets, and back roads. But there is still something nostalgic about hopping aboard a train and taking a trip. Traveling through the Ocean State there are only a few operational train stations left. Today’s spotlight shines on the Westerly Train Station, a unique piece of Rhode Island’s history.

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Have you ever visited the Westerly Train Station? Travel enthusiasts will also enjoy checking out two of Rhode Island’s unique opportunities to ride the rails. You can take this murder mystery dinner train for a night of intrigue or take a scenic journey on these incredible rail bikes.