Copake Falls Train Station, Copake Falls

One of Columbia County’s renovated train stations

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

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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