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OFFICE HOURS

 

MONDAY-FRIDAY

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

​SATURDAY-SUNDAY

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

ADDRESS

 

278 Main Street

Arcade, NY  14009

585-492-3100 Main Office

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Rochester NY to Arcade & Attica Railroad Depot  80 Miles about a 1 Hour 30 Min. Drive

Buffalo NY to Arcade & Attica Railroad Depot  40 Miles about a 50 Min. Drive

Niagara Falls NY to Arcade & Attica Railroad Depot  60 Miles about a 1 Hour 10 Min. Drive

Jamestown NY to Arcade & Attica Railroad Depot  60 Miles about a 1 Hour 30 Min. Drive

Hornell NY to Arcade & Attica Railroad Depot  55 Miles about a 1 Hour  Drive

Olean NY to Arcade & Attica Railroad Depot  35 Miles about a 50 Min. Drive

OUR LOCATION

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JT'S MISSION DREAM COME TRUE 

By PATTI CECALA
Journal Editor

With the help of Good Morning America and Michael Moloney and Paige Hemmis of Extreme Makeover Home Edition, J.T. Robertson, watched his dream of making the Arcade and Attica Railroad more handicapped accessible for people in wheelchairs. At right, Mitchell Ling of the A & A, was conductor for the day's event. A Proudman boy, who attends Springville Learning Center, was one of the first to ride in the new handicapped accessible train car. In one of the the photos below, J.T.’s mom, Monica Simons, thanks Good Morning America for helping to make her son’s dream come true. In another photo Senator Dale Volker can be seen talking with the Extreme Home Makeover stars. Photos bottom right show the CYC Volunteers, who worked tirelessly day and night, to ready the station for "showtime"! Bottom left: The A & A crews and Maple Grove Enterprises worked overtime welding, fabricating and refurbishing the coaches.