Historical Look at Westborough’s Train Depot c. 1899

The spotlight has been on history during the town’s 300th celebration year. This past Sunday, the Westborough Historical Society held a tour of the redesigned Westborough train depot, now the offices of Waterman Associates (WDA Design Group) on East Main Street.  Watch the full video here.  Attendees were treated to a walk-through of the beautiful historic building. Presenters Leslie Leslie and Randy Waterman discussed the important role of the train in Westborough history and then touched on the renovation work to the building itself, which won the building a preservation award. Waterman Design Associates is celebrating their 20th year this year and has changed their name to the WDA Design Group.

2 Responses to "Historical Look at Westborough’s Train Depot c. 1899"

  1. kristin knutrud   September 30, 2017 at 11:36 am

    Is there a video of more than just the intro? I would love to see what it looks like from the inside, but currently live out of state. Thanks

    • Karen Henderson   September 30, 2017 at 12:14 pm

      So sorry I forgot to include the link! I’ve updated the page and it is available to watch from here.
      It is so beautiful inside; they did an amazing job renovating that space. Big kudos to Randy Waterman and WDA Design for taking such good care of an historical landmark like the train depot.
      Thanks for tuning in, Kris!


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