Repair work on the exterior of the depot began the spring after the depot was moved.
Renovation and repurposing of the depot’s interior began the summer after the depot was moved.
Planning for the garden began the fall after the depot was moved; physical work is currently underway.
Building the new foundation and basement began immediately after the depot was moved to its new home.
The depot was successfully moved from its original location to its new home across the street on the Q-block on January 6, 2016
Work to prepare for the depot’s move began in 2015, both on the structure of the depot itself and on the new site.
On behalf of Save the Northfield Depot, we would like to express our deep appreciation to the donors who matched the $25,000 dollar-for-dollar challenge through December 31 — and exceeded it! Once the initial match was met, the generous donors providing…
You’ve been with us as we moved the depot, tirelessly renovated it inside and out, and built the sculpture garden. This accomplishment would not have happened without the continued support from people like you. YOU are what has made this project…
The mission of Save the Northfield Depot is to rescue and restore the Northfield depot through communicating its historical significance and identifying a new location, owner(s), and user(s) in order to retain an important part of our heritage. – Founding…