Walter Sedovic Architects are commissioned to prepare a plan for the restoration of the Yorktown Heights Depot. Improvements to the Depot inclue:
  • Reconstruct historic gable above waiting room entry on west elevation.

  • Reconstruct historic shed roof above waiting room entry on east elevation.

  • Removal and replacement of all missing or severly charred sections of the bead board walls.

  • Salvage, rebuild, and restore all windows and doors.

  • Carefully remove flooring and salvage for reuse in areas in the baggage room and waiting room.

  • Provide a new slate and wood roof including copper flashing around chimney and copper ridges.

  • Repair and replace missing and damaged sections of exterior woodwork, including vertical boards, battens, clapboard, bottom sections of framing members and section of eave brackets.

  • Paint exterior of building with historically correct colors.

  • Restore historic 'Station Master' stove.

  • Remove restroom and water heater enclosure.

  • Provide six cast support brackets for three new wall-hung benches to exactly match brackets at one existing bench.

  • Remove existing exterior baggage room door at east elevation and construct a new finished opening at north elevation.

Project Overview
Existing Interior Photos
Restoration Plan Drawings

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