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Broad eaves are the distinguishing feature of this former small-town railway station situated on the grounds of Genesee Country Village in Mumford. The extended roof lines served to shelter travelers waiting for trains.

Built to serve the junction of the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railroad and the Lehigh Valley Railroad a mile east of Genesee Country Village, it now serves as one of the museum site's craft and gift shops.

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