|Just north of I-70 at Enon-Donnellsville exit on Enon Road.||C||Storage||????||In Use||Brick|
|Jackson Center||3390 Baker Road south of St. Paris Pike in Springfield
|South Charleston||Corner of West Mound and High Streets.||P||Museum||????||In Use||Wood|
|Springfield||North side of Washington Street at Spring Street
|STATIONS OF THE PAST|
|The Big 4 and Erie shared a station here.|
|Enon||This station was on the west side of Enon Road, on the north side of the tracks.|
|New Carlisle||This station was off Ohio Street just south of Davis Street (when Ohio Street continued through to the tracks).|
|South Charleston||This station was located on the south side of Woodward Street just east of Chillicothe Street. A freight station with stock pens and a ramp to the tracks was just to the east of the passenger station.|
|South Charleston||"Newer" brick station built in 1906 at same site as the above station.|
|Springfield||This is the "newer" union station built in 1910. It was on Washington Street at Spring Street (GPS: 39.921812,-83.806959). It was demolished in 1969 to make way for the new Spring Street bridge. Spring Street was cut off in 1909, so this bridge was a restoration of Spring as a through street. The passenger station site itself is now a parking lot for Clark State Community College. Most of the Springfield freight and passenger facilities met their end in the late 1960s and early 1970s when the transportation hub area surrounding the NYC passenger station were demolished in an urban renewal project. --Scott Trostel|
|Springfield||This is the old union station. It sat on the SW corner of Washington Street and South Limestone Street (GPS: 39.922014,-83.808984). It was demolished in 1910 and the location became known as Big 4 Park.|
|Springfield||The IB&W frieght station was on the SE corner of Washington and South Limestone Streets (GPS: 39.921981,-83.808488). This station was gone by 1910.|
|Springfield||The CCC&I freight station was between South Limestone and Spring Streets at approximatley GPS: 39.920837,-83.808024. This station was gone by 1910.|
|Springfield||The passenger station was on the west side of South Limestone Street between Monroe and Washington Streets (GPS: 39.921244,-83.809325). It was replaced by a newer PCC&St.L station in 1910.|
|Springfield||The Little Miami freight station was on the west side of South Limestone just north of Monroe Street (GPS: 39.921244,-83.809325). It was torn down around 1910.|
|Springfield||A new brick passenger station was built in 1910.|
|Springfield||A new PCCC&St.L freight house was built around 1910 on the former site of the original CCC&I freight station. It was between South Limestone and Spring Streets at approximatley GPS: 39.920837,-83.808024.|
|Springfield||There was a freight station on the west side of South Spring Street south of Washington Street at approximately GPS: 39.921232,-83.807243. It was built sometime between 1888 and 1891.|
|Springfield||A new, larger freight station was built around 1910 just
west of the old Ohio Southern freight station on the east side of
Limestone Street (GPS: 39.921102,-83.808627).
The DT&I had two passenger stations in town at different times. Until 1897 it used the old "Union Passenger Station," then moved into its own station on North Limestone on the Springfield belt line of the Ohio Southern, a forerunner of the DT&I. It was closed in 1932 and all DT&I trains went to the PRR station. In 1937 they moved across the street into the DT&I's South Limestone Street freight house. It was then used as a joint freight and passenger station for the DT&I's mixed train until May 8, 1954, when the DT&I ended all passenger service. - Scott Trostel
|Springfield||There was a freight station near the NW end of Cliff Street (GPS: 39.929373,-83.81511). It is the smaller building in the foreground of the photo. The larger building in the background was the old Springfield Electric Railway car shop. The frieght station may have also served the trolley line originally, but it is labeled as the Erie frieght depot on the Sanborn map from 1955. This station was not located on the Erie line as Springfield suburban railroad handled the cars from Maitland to the freight house. It was torn down sometime between 2008-2010.|
|Tremont City||This station was on the east side of Upper Valley Pike. It was on the south side of the tracks.|
|1898 CLARK COUNTY RAILROAD MAP|
Notes About Existing Stations...
Enon (Erie) - This station was built sometime prior to 1886. The building also served as a grain store in the old days.
Jackson Center (Ohio Southern) - This station was moved from Jackson Center, in Shelby County, by a private individual in the 1970s. It was restored and maintained in near original condition some 40 miles from its prior location. It features the distinctive 1920 style of Henry Ford when he owned the D T & I railroad and selected gray as the station color and with large signs. A very good example of Ford influence on the railroads under his ownership in that era. - Scott Trostel
South Charleston (DT&I) - The bay window and roof overhang on the track side of the building had been removed by the DT&I many years ago, but were reinstalled during the restoration.