Historic Masterpiece. The original station built around 1849 suffered extensive damage by fire, the Central Vermont Railway re-built this Depot in 1900. Windsor Station remained an active train station until the mid-sixties when the building was shuttered. In the mid-1970âs a team leased the building from Central Vermont Railway and converted it into a restaurant. The restaurant changed hands in 1976 and was successfully run by the same family for 35 years. The building was abandoned in October of 2010. In April 2013 the current owner/operators rescued the then derelict property and made extensive renovations and added period decorations. Along with providing excellent food and service, they have turned the property into a thriving and successful operation. Amtrak service continues with the newly built platform alongside the building. The âVermonter Trainâ runs from Washington D.C. to St. Albans-Burlington, VT passing through Baltimore, NYC, Philadelphia along the way. The Southbound train stops at Windsor Station around noon and the Northbound stops around 6pm to the delight of the dinners. Step inside this epic station and it will take you back to a different era. Windsor Station Restaurant is the pulse of the Town.