|Delaware||Corner of SR 37 and US 42 (Central Ave. & Lake St.)||P||Business||1887||In Use||Brick|
|Delaware||Corner of East Central Ave. and Potter Street||F||Business||c. 1895||Gone||Wood|
South Vernon Street
(GPS: 40.238862, -82.859693)
|STATIONS OF THE PAST|
|Delaware||This was the passenger station. This station sat at Hocking and West William Streets with the passenger station on the east side of the tracks and the freight on the west side. They were on the south side of West William Street.|
|Delaware||Freight station. See above.|
|Delaware||The CS&H (later PRR) passenger station sat along the Olentangy River just north of East Winter Street. It was built around 1895. The freight station sat in a small yard on the southeast corner of East Winter and North Henry Streets (where US 23 is today).|
|Delaware||CC&C||The illustration is of the first station at Delaware for the Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati RR. It is dated 1854. "The 1866 Atlas for the City of Delaware shows on a map a passenger depot north of East Winter Street, and south of E Berkshire Street (now E. Central Ave) between the tracks curving west and tracks curving east. This is consistent with this drawing as a view looking south. The map also show a track south of the depot crossing from the east side of depot to join the track heading west on the west side of the depot. I show the merger to form the CCC&I occured in 1868." - Paul Monks|
|Leonardsburg||This town was formerly known as Eden Station while the nearby town of Kilbourne was known as Eden (according to 1875 maps).|
|Lewis Center||Lewis Center is listed as a station on both the Big 4 and PRR timetables, but is unclear if there were two stations here or one shared station.|
|The HV listed this stop as Radnor on some maps, but as Meredith on some timetables.|
|White Sulphur||This station served Hart Springs Resort and Millville. It was located at the west end of the iron bridge over the Scioto River at the intersection of Penn Road and SR-257 (GPS: 40.276847, -83.157653). Later it served the Industrial Girls Home which was five miles directly south at Home Road. A small village sprung up around the station. A sizable limestone quarry, White Sulfur Lime & Stone Co. was located about a quarter mile to the west, and a spur ran off the south side of the track across Penn Road into the quarry. It filled with water after a spring was was hit sometime in the 20's or 30's, and rumor has it that all the equipment and rail cars are still at the bottom of the quarry. The last train went through in 1971. Last passenger service was in 1961.|
|1898 DELAWARE COUNTY RAILROAD MAP|
Notes About Existing Stations...
Delaware (CCC&I ) - Station track gone. Flower shop. A smaller CCC&I frame station predated this station at the same site (it appears on 1885 maps). The CCC&I was renamed the CCC&St.L a couple years after this station was built. In the old days there was a "Railroad Eating House" just south of the station.
Delaware (CCC&St.L ) - Across the tracks from the passenger station.
Sunbury (CA&C) - This is an example of the heavy modification the PRR performed on some old CA&C depots in later years. It received a different roof, lost its bay window and was covered with fake-brick siding (which has mercifully been removed as of 2009). It served as a residence after its railroad days and as of 2015 was occupied by the Delaware County Model Railroaders. The building is owned by Preservation Parks of Delaware County. There are two open house days per month on Saturday and Sunday (see this calendar for details).