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The Hudson Railroad Station in Hudson, New York was originally built in 1874 by the New York Central Railroad. It is the oldest continuously operated station in the state. The station is a red-brick, single-story building with a decorative cornice, wide eaves and a hipped roof with tall arched windows. It serves as a train station for Amtrak and serves a total of four different Amtrak trains, all of which have a southern terminus at Pennsylvania Station in New York City. The station is within walking distance of the vibrant downtown, noted for its diverse architecture and variety of shops, galleries and restaurants.

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