This beautiful train station, restored by the Stumptown Historical Society, was built by The Great Northern in 1927 as a stop along the famed Empire Builder route. It still serves Amtrak passengers today. There is a small museum within the station that’s worth a visit for dedicated rail fans. One of the unique outside displays is a “bruck”, a combination of bus and truck used to transport passengers from the train station to nearby Kalispell. Walking into the train station waiting area is like walking back in time. It has the look and feel of train travel as it was in the 30s and 40s. A look outside will give the modern BNSF rail fan much to appreciate. Great Northern NW-3 #181 is also on display at the depot.