Located in the “Town of Seven Railroads,” the Steaming Tender Restaurant
is one of the most unique dining spots in Massachusetts.
Steaming Tender’s designation as “one of the most unique dining spots in Massachusetts.”
Steaming Tender is built into the original Palmer Union Train Station, and is a train-lover’s dream.
The first thing you’ll spot is a massive locomotive parked outside.
Blake E. Lamothe of Palmer, who owns Union Station in Palmer, talks during a state Department of Transportation public meeting Tuesday.
Union Station in Palmer, around 1900-1915. Image courtesy of the Palmer Historical Commission.
There’s something magical about trains that captures the hearts of young children.
Steaming Tender in Palmer, Mass., Right on Track as a Great Railroad Station Restaurant.
The keynote speaker and one of the judges was Robin Lamothe
Today, we bring you another round of train depots-turned restaurants that are sure to leave you with
gastronomical comfort and railroad nostalgia.
1st Place Chowderfest Winner
Blake Lamothe, chair of the Palmer Redevelopment Authority, argues against the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission’s train plans for the Connecticut River Valley.
Blake Lamothe stands outside the Palmer Union Station
in the location he would like a station stop located
to reconnect his town to passenger service.
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Steaming Tender Restaurant
I may be known for “LIFE ON MAR’S,”
but I know how to make the most of the experiences planet Earth has to offer, too.
Originally, a confluence of railroads put the town of Palmer on the map.