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Larchmont Garden Train Station

Until the Great Depression, commuters dashed through the tunnel at the little brick railroad
station to catch the “Bump and Wobble” or the Boston-Westchester
commuter train, as it was more formally known. 
Today this railroad station is the Larchmont Girl Scout House.
The tunnel still belongs to the railroad but is sealed off and used by
Girl Scouts as a storage room.
Since their purchase of this property in about 1938,
Girl Scouts have painted, cleaned, and kept this house cheerful and useful.
Overnight capacity: 25-30 
Daytime capacity: 60
Accommodations: Large kitchen with appliances, indoor fireplace
Outdoor Facilities: fireplace and flag pole
Parking: 10 cars maximum (Please keep cars off the grass)