First Railroad Depot, Farmer, NY The grain elevator in the background is still standing
Farmer Station, note the name over the door
Interior of the Lehigh Valley Rail Station
Interlaken Station looking north, the grain elevator in the background is also shown in the first station pictures, and is still standing today
Loading freight at the station
Interlaken Station with a baggage cart
Picture post card of the Station and its neighbors
The last run of the Black Diamond as it approached Interlaken North of the village
The old milk plant, railroad depot, and the Daily Brothers grain building in the background.
1960s view from above, today the Conifer Village at Interlaken is in the upper section of the photograph
The train depot was torn down in the 1980s.
1983, The Train Station was torn down.
remains are grassy areas and some concrete and
The Westinghouse Family had a summer home between
Kidders and Sheldrake. They encouraged the railroad
to re-name the depot to something other than Farmer.
Stop back as we build this
page about the changing of the village name from
Farmer to Interlaken and the role the Lehigh
Valley Railroad played in the process.
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