Great Holiday Gift Ideas Start at the Train Station
Enchanting images of our photo contest of the Tappan Zee Bridge. Makes a great gift.
Bill Batson sketches of the train station and Lord’s Castle.
Deluxe Water Bottle
Sturdy but light weight, this is the perfect water bottle to take on our exclusive walking tour. History and hydration go hand-in-hand. Only $10.00
New Junior Stationmaster T-shirt
Show your pride for Piermont, NY with a sensational T-shirt in cozy-soft cotton.
This long sleeve shirt shows what Piermont is all about. Lists some of the historical places and figures of the village.
Candy Boxes & Baskets
Legend has it that Belle Kelly never lost a piece of luggage at the Train Station and this mini-wooden suitcase filled with candy is a tribute to her. Only $5.00
Piermont in Pictures
"Piermont in Pictures" shows the beauty of our village as seen through the camera lens of photographer Betsy Franco Feeney.
Note Card 4 Pack
Bring back the lost art of note writing and show your pride of Piermont with this lovely collection of note cards showing beautiful scenes from our village.
Kids will love this old style engineer's hat with our special Piermont Historical Society Button. The perfect combo with our toy train.
Color Me Piermont
Kids will love these special crayons in the shape of a locomotive. Great for stocking stuffers.
What a Great Mug
Your morning coffee or tea never tasted so great when you sip from our train station mug. Perfect for serving your holiday egg nog too.
Award Winning DVDs for Sale
Last Stop USA
Piermont During WW II
Winner of the People’s Choice Award at the 2016 Nyack Film Festival, our documentary explores the role of Piermont during World War II. Nicknamed “Last Stop USA”, the pier was the last place over a million service men and women touched American soil before heading off to war. Narrated by Grammy award winning artist Tom Chapin, we hear from residents about life in Piermont before, during and after the second world war.
Stories from the Factory
Before the condominiums, Piermont’s Pier was home to a Papermill that dominated the village landscape for over eight decades. The factory had a major impact on the village and its residents for generations. Narrated by Grammy award winning Tom Chapin, this documentary features interviews from factory workers, stories from residents who grew up in the shadow of the paper mill and rare photos of the inside of the factory.
The Mission of the Piermont Historical Society is to preserve and protect the integrity of Piermont’s architecture, history and cultural heritage, and to celebrate the history of Piermont. The vision of the Society is to make the history of Piermont a common narrative in the village and beyond.
Become a Volunteer
It's easy to become a volunteer for the Piermont Historical Society. From a few hours a week to a few hours a month, we have the perfect place for you. Contact Us Now...
Become a Member
Be a part of a dedicated group of people who are passionate about the history of Piermont.