Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Station
16 English Street
Westfield, NY 14787
The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Station needs no introduction to Chautauqua County locals, having served the citizens for more than a century. The Romanesque style one-and-a-half-story structure was constructed in 1904. The line splits at Cleveland through CSX and Northfolk Southern. It plays the central transmission point for passengers traveling to the Chautauqua Institution. Over the span of a century, the station underwent various changes and mergers to gain historic significance. From 1914, there has been a merger of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad and the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Station, that gave birth to the New York Central Railroad.