Lehigh valley railroad


the first train depot



First Railroad Depot, Farmer, NY The grain elevator in the background is still standing



Interlaken station built 1910


Interlaken Station looking north, the grain elevator in the background is also shown in the first station pictures, and is still standing today


more pictures


The last run of the Black Diamond as it approached Interlaken North of the village

November 1983, The Train Station was torn down.

All that remains are grassy areas and some concrete and bricks.


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.