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Piermont Train Station Note Cards

Piermont Train Station Note Cards

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The artwork featured on these note cards captures the charming and historic beauty of the Piermont Train Station, an iconic landmark. The artwork showcases the station's distinctive architecture and offers a glimpse into a bygone era of travel and transportation.  


The Piermont Railroad Station is located on Ash Street overlooking the Hudson River in Piermont, a village in Rockland County, New York. Built in approximately 1873, the station’s passenger service ended on December 14, 1965. It was restored by the Piermont Historical Society in the early 2000s. Listed on the National Register of Historic places, the site is now owned and operated by the Village of Piermont.


Measuring 5.5"x4", these blank note  cards are perfect for any occasion, and the back includes a blurb about the art and the artist. Choose between packs of 5 or 10 to keep on hand for all your writing needs. Add a touch of elegance, history, and Piermont pride to your next correspondence.


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  • Return Policy

    Items are handmade, so variations are inevitable. That said, we work hard to maintain the same level of quality across all of our items.

    Should you decide to return any undamaged, unused product, the shipping cost will be deducted from the refund.

    If your item(s) is damaged when you receive it in the mail, please reach out to us at and provide pictures along with your order number, and we will work with you on a solution.

    Customers are responsible for postage on any returned items.

    Custom and personalized items cannot be returned, but we will work with you the best we can to ensure your satisfaction.

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