Photography Chester Depot Posted on November 23, 2020February 8, 2021 by Thomas Slatin Chester Rail DepotChester, Vermont, United StatesNovember, 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostNATX 160069 Next PostPenchant For Vermont Sunrises 27 thoughts on “Chester Depot”Love these old train depots. It’s awesome when they get restored as historical landmarks. Amelia Desertsong recently posted..It’s Never Too Late (Or Too Early) To Start Writing OnlineLoading...ReplyWow! it’s amazing how much that looks like the train station in my hometown, Bristol Virginia-Tennessee. Nice memory. I so so enjoy toy photographic eye.Loading...ReplyOh I so do love this building, I am a huge fan of old architecture, great photo TomLoading...ReplyThanks so much! One thing is for sure, I have a penchant for old train buildings!Loading...ReplyIt is good to see that these train depots are kept in good condition, which for me is wanting their own city, having a sense of belonging to what surrounds us.Loading...ReplyI love the exterior design of the house! Definitely a lovely and simple combination of colors. Thank you for sharing and taking this picture.Loading...ReplyI like the look of the chester depot. A nice photograph that was well captured by a professional handsLoading...ReplyThis is definitely an old rail station, I hardly see stations like this now adays. Lovely picture and the environment looks calmLoading...ReplyWow it looks more like a house though he he. very cool not to mention not your typical depot. I wonder who owns this????Loading...ReplyI really enjoy looking at old train station photos. I can still smell the burning coal just by looking at the picture.Loading...ReplyLooks like a restaurant not a rail way station to me. Lovely picture, cool and clean.Loading...ReplyVery great old house how i wish to see it personally. The picture shows the beauty of the old stylings of the vintage Chester depot.Loading...ReplyThe depot looks like a little busy. No presence of much activity around.Loading...ReplyWow, that old construction looks amazing. I wish there were more places like this one.Loading...ReplyI love this structure. The picture output is so unique. Thanks for sharing Tom.Loading...ReplyThe color of the sky and the color of the depot add to give this photo a unique look. Could this be a newly constructed depotLoading...ReplySo this is the famous Chester Depot! Nice to finally see what it looks like.Loading...ReplyIt is a magnificent looking building. It is also very unique.Loading...ReplyThe Chester Depot has a very unique architectural design. No wonder many people are fond of it.Loading...ReplyFor a moment I thought the building was a church. It sure resembles one.Loading...ReplyThis shot is a classic. I am always impressed by your photography skills.Loading...ReplyThe symmetrical nature of the building’s design is awesome. We should have more buildings like this one.Loading...ReplyThe sky in most of your photos look brilliant. I wonder how you achieve that.Loading...ReplyIs the depot even functional? It appears to be very old.Loading...ReplyAnother landmark of Vermont. Thank you for documenting Vermont so exhaustively.Loading...ReplyThe old style architecture is the best. Nothing like what we have nowadays.Loading...ReplyI hope the depot will be preserved well. It is a historical landmark of sorts.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Oyeyipo Oladele Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.