|Carroll||Fairfield Co. Fairgrounds, Lancaster||C||Civic||1870s||In Use||Wood|
|Hooker||3125 Old Columbus Rd. Near US 33||C||Private (House)||1870s||In Use||Wood|
|Lancaster||351 South High Street||F||Lodge||????||In Use||Wood|
|Lockville||Lockville Rd.||C||Private (non-house)||????||In Use||Wood|
|Millersport||Was at Refugee Road (SR 204) & Railroad St. Now in Carroll?||C||Private (non-house)||1870s||Gone||Wood|
|New Salem||Canal Road & Elevator Road, NW of village, between New Salem Road & Cattail Road||P||Storage||????||Gone||Wood|
|Pickerington||50 North Center St.||C||Business||1880||In Use||Wood|
|STATIONS OF THE PAST|
|Baltimore||This combination station was on the west side of Main St. (SR 158) on the north side of the tracks.|
|Basil||The station at Basil was one mile east of the station at Baltimore and was the only brick station on the T&OC. It was closed sometime around 1950. Basil and Baltimore were two separate towns up until around 1958, when they were combined together.|
|Was a "union" station and sat between the tracks of the railroads with the C&MV to the south of the station and the T&OC to the north.|
|Lancaster||This station was at the Lancaster United Methodist Church campground. It was located on the road that crosses present U.S. 33 at the Highway Patrol Post and Ohio Valley Trading, just north of Lancaster.|
|The Lancaster HV/C&MV (C&O/PRR) passenger station sat between S. High and S. Broad Streets. Built in 1899, it went out of service in 1960. Prior to 1899 there was another joint station here; a smaller frame depot that was just to the west. The 1899 Sanborn Fire Map shows both the "old" and "new" stations standing at that time.|
|Lancaster||This freight station was on the east side of South High Street just south of Locust St. Photo from David Dupler's site.|
|Pickerington||This doesn't appear to be the same station that is still standing. perhaps this one predated the current existing station.|
|This station may still be standing as a residence. Can anyone confirm?|
|1898 FAIRFIELD COUNTY RAILROAD MAP|
Notes About Existing Stations...
Carroll (CHV&T) - The station was originally located on the north side of Mill Street in Carroll.
Hooker (CHV&T) - Moved from original location. It almost unrecognizable as a depot, having been heavily remodeled. It is easier to tell it was a station by looking at the rear of the house.
Lancaster (CHV&T) - FOP Hall.
Lockville ( CHV&T) - Sold by C&O in 1930s. Very small station. Moved about 400 feet south of the tracks on the west side of Lockville Road. It's privately owned and has been partially modified with all sorts of funky doors. It's being used as a shed, and is in fair condition.
Millersport (T&OC) - Moved approximately 400 feet and turned 90 degrees from its original location. It is privately owned and is used for storage (but it's in good condition). Unfortunately, the track side of the building with the bay window faces a shed and is tough to photograph. I was informed in 2003 that this station was purchased and moved to Carroll, OH, just south of Columbus. Can anyone confirm??
New Salem (Z&W) - The Columbus, Sandusky, and Hocking Railway must have had trackage rights over the T&OC Ry from Columbus to Thurston. The extension was built from Thurston to Darlington connecting with the Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley. Coal branch lines extended south of Fultonham into the counties of Perry, Morgan and Athens. The Zanesville & Western must have been formed by 1900 or 1901. I have an Ohio Railway Map dated 1898 as my source for this information. At Fultonham, the scale house and other small buildings still existed as of a couple of years ago. --Ron Weaver
Pickerington (T&OC) - Insurance Agency. T&OC section house next door. This station is restored and is in excellent condition. It's now a State Farm insurance office. The adjoining Section House #44 (also beautifully restored) is now home to Focus Photography. Station is on National Register of Historic Places.