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The first colonists arrived in what would be Stanbridge Station in the middle of the 19th century. The rail era and the arrival of the Montreal and Vermont Junction in 1801 shaped the town's economic life up to and beyond its incorporation in 1889. The name Stanbridge came from the Township of the same name, and Station emphasized the importance of the railway station that served the town until 1955. Stanbridge Station is also a productive agricultural community, with large dairy farms, garden markets and fruit farms. The recent arrival of immigrants from Spain, France, Switzerland and Belgium has enhanced the local culture.