North Creek Depot MuseumThe North Creek Depot Museum

  Listed on the State and National Registrar, the North Creek Railroad Station Complex is located in the Hamlet of North Creek in the Town of Johnsburg, Warren County, New York. It is in the southeast portion of the Adirondack Forest Preserve with more or less rural lands to the south and east. The railroad line hugs the western shore of the Hudson River, traversing North Creek on its way to Tahawus. The station complex is at the northern end of the hamlet on the West Bank of the Hudson.  The complex also includes the restored freight house and engine house that are currently occupied by the Railroad, a sand tower, and a ninety-foot turntable.

Take a step into the past as you enter North Creek’s restored 1871 Adirondack/D&H Railroad Depot.  Saved from the brink of demolition, the North Creek Railroad Station now serves as a Museum (with a fabulous diorama), Heritage Center, as well as a cultural and economic hub in Historic North Creek.
Hours:  June and Labor Day thru Columbus Day, Open Saturdays & Sundays Noon – 3:30pm
July and August – Open Friday thru Monday: 12 Noon – 3:30pm

North Creek Depot Museum  |  5 Railroad Place  |  North Creek, NY 12853-0156  |  518-251-5842  director@northcreekdepotmuseum.com  |  Website  | Get Directions

North Creek Depot Museum

North Creek Depot MuseumNorth Creek Depot Museum
5 Railroad Place
North Creek, NY 12853
Website  |  518-251-5842