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In this undated depiction, the Sunbury Train Station is pictured. The former train station was recently purchased by the Stotter family and turned into an antique store that features 30 to 40 vendors.

SUNBURY — When Noah Stotter and his family found out the former Sunbury Train Station had been listed for sale, the search for finding a location for the family’s antique store had come to an end.

“My whole family has been selling antiques for a long time,” Stotter said. “We wanted to open up our own store for awhile, but none of the buildings for sale really spoke to us until we found this one.”

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