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- The Railroad
Station Historical Society is compiling a list of stations
for the entire country. You'll find interurban structures for Ohio
there. Their list also includes other railroad structures such as
towers, bridges and shops. Help Mark Camp out if you know of any
stations or structures to add to his extensive list!
- Louis VanWinkle's Michigan
Passenger Stations Page is chock full of nice
photographs and details about each station pictured. More of a
feature on each station than a database, sure to grow as others
enjoy this page. Also see his new page on Wisconsin
- Butch Getz is building a new site that features
stations from the Indiana/Illinois area. He will be adding more soon
so show your support by checking out his Station
Of The Month.
- The Pere Marquette Historical Society has a page
devoted to remaining PM depots and structures. Very
nice photos and plenty of info to script a photo trip.
- A guy going be the name of Jolly Goodfellow has
a page about Utah
Railway Stations and Depots.
- Randy Noseworthy's Newfoundland
Rail Scenes is an online album of railway and
rail-related photographs, featuring locations, stations, equipment
and people he has photographed during his railfanning travels.
- Zane Riester's "Railroad
Station Home Page" features photos and information
on European stations, mostly Italy and France for now. The page
includes some photos of stations and an appreciation of their
- Gary LaPointe's Railroad
Stations In New Hampshire Page has just joined the
"stations page" fraternity. Not many counties in the state
but there seems to be lots of existing and past stations listed
there. This could spark a few road trips to this beautiful state for
some depot hunting. Also see Gary's new Massachusetts
RR Stations page.
- Charles Woolever's Existing
Stations in New York State. Easily the most
comprehensive station site on the net. Chock full of information and
photos, his page is visually appealing and updated regularly.
Oklahoma List by John Kirk tables info and photos on
stations in that state.
- Rob Hughes' Railway
Stations in Ontario, Canada provides listings by
- Michael Ellis documents a good number of Stations
In Northeast Texas with great photos and information.
- Paul Wilson's Central
Virginia Railfan Page. The content there is thorough
and includes maps and photos. Includes a page of existing structures
and everything you need to know about railfanning central VA.
- A short list of Existing
Stations In Maryland by J. L. Toth. Appears to be those
in larger cities and preservation efforts with good detail on those
- The Rochester
& Genesse Valley RR Museum in Industry, NY has a
detailed page with photos and a virtual photo tour of its
attractions and Erie RR depot. It's better to visit in person but if
you can't see this page.
Restaurant home page. Includes two paintings of their
station restaurants in Battle Creek and Lansing, Michigan. Real
beef, smoked ham and bacon on their "Cow Catcher Burger"
make it a real heart-stopper (I mean that in a good way).
- The Santa
Fe Railway Historical and Modeling Society photo
collection includes old pix of Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, New
Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas depots.
- The Lincoln
County, MN Historical Museum uses a station as their
main building and has a photo on its page.
- Some information on the Scio,
OR depot that houses a museum of local 1880s history.
Additionally, Scio bills itself as the "Covered Bridge Capital
of the West." Sorry no photos.
- The Lee's
Summit, MO Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development
Council, and Historical Society are housed in a historic depot. This
page has a photo of said station.
- A page about the Ypsilanti,
MI, Depot that appears to be written by kids, for kids.
It has an old photo and the history of the station that includes
that sentence: "It's called Depot Town because there is a
railroad station there that used to be very, very important for
people who traveled by train." . . . Well said!
- The Southern
Central Station in Newark Valley, NY has its own page
with a nice photo and brief history.
- A photo of the Durango,
CO station at the city's web page.
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