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According to the Bennington Banner, the 1880 North Bennington Station is featured in a new book on railroad stations across America.

Published by Viking Studio, "America’s Great Railroad Stations" is a collaboration between photographer Roger Strauss III and railroad enthusiasts Ed Breslin and Hugh van Dusen and features three pages on the station.

A review of the book and nice photo of North Bennington station is here, on

Here is the link to the book on

Here's what you can do to stay safe around trains...

Never trespass on any railroad property or right of way!
Doing so is illegal and risks serious injury or death.

Cross only at designated pedestrian or roadway crossings!
Look for a train moving from either direction -- and then look for a second train from either direction.

Always expect a train!
Trains do not have set schedules and can approach from either direction at any time of day or night.
Trains do not take holidays.

Don't stand next to tracks!
Trains can overhang the tracks by three feet on either side, and straps and tiedowns can extend even further.

Never try to beat a train!
Because of their size, you cannot judge a train's speed or distance. Trains cannot make sudden stops. Remember that a locomotive weighs 200 tons. An automobile being hit by a train is equivalent to a soda can being hit by an automobile.