CLINTON COUNTY

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EXISTING STATIONS
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Current
Location
Type Current
Use
Date
Built
Track
Status
Building
Material
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Blanchester Depot & N. Church F Railroad ???? In Use Wood  
Midland City East side of US 68 C Abandoned 1885 In Use Wood
STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Notes
Blanchester The passenger station was on the east side of Church Street. Parts of the foundation and brick platforms of the passenger station still exist (as of 2007).
Clarksville  
Clinton  
Clinton  
Cuba  
Farmers Station This was the next station to the east of Martinsville. It was on the west side of Farmers Road on the north side of the tracks.
Glenwood This was a station on the original route of the Cincinnati, Columbus & Hocking Valley Railway. It was somewhere between McKays Station and New Burlington. The CC&HV was subsequently purchased by the Ohio Southern RR (DT&I).
Martinsville This station was located on the west side of South High Street on the north side of the tracks.
McKays Station This was a station on the original route of the Cincinnati, Columbus & Hocking Valley Railway. The CC&HV was subsequently purchased by the Ohio Southern RR (DT&I).
Melvin  
Melvin This station burned down on February 20, 1952 as a result of a collision between a B&O passenger train and a gasoline tanker truck at the nearby crossing (Wilmington News-Journal, Feb. 21, 1952).
Mount Pleasant This was a station on the original route of the Cincinnati, Columbus & Hocking Valley Railway. The CC&HV was subsequently purchased by the Ohio Southern RR (DT&I).
New Burlington This was a station on the original route of the Cincinnati, Columbus & Hocking Valley Railway. The CC&HV was subsequently purchased by the Ohio Southern RR (DT&I).
New Vienna The station was on the west side of South Street, on the north side of the tracks. According to a January 30, 1971 article in the Wilmington news Journal, it was dismantled in 1971 and was slated to be rebuilt on the farm of Dale and Wanda Marks of New Carlisle. Does anyone know if the station was rebuilt there? 
Ogden  
Port William This was a station on the original route of the Cincinnati, Columbus & Hocking Valley Railway. The CC&HV was subsequently purchased by the Ohio Southern RR (DT&I).
Reesville  
Reesville  
Sabina This station was at the intersection of West Mound and North Howard. It was on the east side of North Howard and on the north side of the C&MV (PRR) tracks. A freight depot was on the south side of the tracks. The B&O station was to the north.
Sabina This station was at the intersection of West Mound and North Howard. It was on the east side of North Howard and on the north side of the B&O tracks. The C&MV station was to the south.
Westboro This station, built in 1892, was last on 101 Vine Street (GPS: 39.281562,-83.907939) being used aas a residence before burning down in November 2013. It was moved to Vine Street in 1925 from its original location on Lynchburg Road.
Wilmington This station was on the north side of the tracks between Walnut and South Streets (GPS: 39.443667,-83.828205). The freight station was across the tracks.
Wilmington This combination station was ont he south side of East Sugartree Street, west of Grant Street. It was on the NW side of the tracks (GPS: 39.44375,-83.823795).
1898 CLINTON COUNTY RAILROAD MAP
Notes About Existing Stations...

Midland City (B&O) - Includes tower used by I&O. Town was formerly known as Clinton Valley (as shown on 1876 map).