We are listed on National Geographic's top 50 places to visit in Montana http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/local-montana/shopping/. We feature chic and shabby décor, trendy vintage jewelry, industrial and factory looks, architectural salvage, Glacier Park collectibles, and Great Northern memorabilia.
We are the historic Columbia Falls train station. This original building was finished in 1908 and remodeled to our antique store in 2008. Thus the name Station 8.
Description of Store or Stores
A fresh look at old things! We have a blend of fun and whimsy to incorporate into a structured life. We find and bring new life to vintage and re-purposed goods. Come discover our unique gifts, home decor, and Made in Montana items with a homespun feel. We have a mix of materials that feel new yet authentic. We desire to inspire!
Construction of the train depot began in the late 1800's and was finished in 1908. In the early 1950's, President Truman planned to ride the train into Columbia Falls for the inauguration of the Hungry Horse Dam. The train depot wasn't suitable for his visit, so it was moved off the tracks to make room for a new depot. It was cut into thirds and moved to its current location. The eastern end of our building still has all the original wood ceilings, walls and floors. The depot also has the original transom windows and a few original paned windows. A fun place for train enthusiasts to explore. Come in and see the treasures we found in the walls!
Summer Hours: Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30; Sun12-4. Tuesdays open until 8pm all year. (July-Aug) Winter Hours: Tues-Sat 9:30-5:30 (Jan-May) Spring Hours: Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30
Seasons or Months Open
Open All Year
We are located at 38 Hwy 2 East, just on your left if driving eastbound into Columbia Falls. We are a white building with a wrap around deck. If driving westbound on Hwy 2 take a right just after the last stop light at Nucleus Ave.