Until the old New York, Providence and Boston Railroad dropped a station here in 1876, West Kingston did not exist. What is now village was farmland. (The railroad later became the New York, New Haven and Hartford, until, after a series of name changes accompanying financial maneuvers, it became Amtrak.)
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