WASHINGTON COUNTY

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EXISTING STATIONS
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STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
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Beckett  
Belpre
AND
The first station here most likely served both the B&O and M&C (before the M&C became part of the B&O) as it sat between the tracks where the lines junction west of the end of Sixth Street (GPS: 39.278473,-81.575761). J.G. Ellewood was the M&C station agent in 1875.
Belpre  
Caywood Train tickets were probably sold here at the store/post office and the waiting area could have been the large log.
Constitution This building housed a store, post office and the station.
Cutler The station was between Broadway and Main Streets on the north side of the tracks. It is unclear where this location is today as all the street names have changed and some are now gone. The drawing of the earliest station here.
Devol  
Dunbar Originally called Little Hocking. This is a different location from the Little Hocking listed below. It turns out there were two Little Hockings in Washington County. Modern day Dunbar on the old line was originally called Little Hocking. Little Hocking on the Short Line, the modern day Little Hocking, where that river dumps into the Ohio River, was not one of the original stations.
Elba In 1875 the station was on the southern bank of Duck Creek on the north side of the tracks off what was then Front Street (now gone). There was a store on the north side of the creek so there may have been a bridge over the creek near the station as the actual street was on the other side of the creek. The station was located at approximately 39.606841,-81.415236.
Equity  
Fleming  
Gravel Bank
(Riverview)
 
Harmar This station was between Gilman Avenue and Crawford Street on the NW side of the tracks (GPS: 39.410957,-81.459042).
Little Hocking
Likely built in 1874.
Lowell  
Macksburg
(Macksville)
In 1875 the station was on the east side of Main Street on the north side of the tracks (GPS: 39.630622,-81.455367). W.E. Smithson was the station agent in 1875.
Marietta The original Marietta & Pittsburgh RR (later the C&M) station was at the intersection of Greene and 7th Street (GPS: 39.415346,-81.444075). L. Morton was the RR agent here in 1875.
Marietta The second generation station here was on the SW corner of 2nd and Butler Streets at GPS: 39.413400, -81.453082.
Marietta The freight station was on 2nd Street just NW of Butler Street at GPS: 39.413693, -81.453357.
Marietta Built in 1890, this union station was located on the NE side of Second Street about 300 feet SE of Putnam Street at GPS: 39.414736, -81.453699. Also see this later photo taken during a flood. The station appearance was dramatically changed over the years, mostly due to a December 3, 1910 fire (Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 12-4-1910) that gutted the fourth floor and necessitated its removal. The train shed was removed in 1932 and the rest of station was demolished in 1944. It was used by the B&O, T&OC Extension RR, and Ohio & Little Kanawha. The station was also known as "Pillsbury's Grand Union Hotel" as the upper floors had rooms and dining facilities.
Marietta The B&O frieght station was behind Union Station at GPS: 39.415007, -81.453286. In the photo, Union Station would have been just out of the shot to the left.
McClure's
Station
This early station was just north of where Briggs is today in Dunham Township along Township Road 1305 at approximately GPS: 39.327468,-81.561846. It is shown on the 1875 county map.
Porterfield
Rainbow  
Relief  
Rockland  
Scotts landing  
Stanleyville  
Swift This station may have been built by predecessor line Zanesville & Ohio River (later B&O).
Tunnel Station  
Vincent The first station here was on the east side of Chruch Street on the north side of the tracks (GPS: 39.374943,-81.668206). On the 1875 map the building is denoted as a store/post office/depot so it may have been a pre-existing building. The one pictured is probably the second station built by the railroad.
Warner The station was on the north side of Main Street on the east side of the tracks (GPS: 39.562493,-81.417966).
Waterford
(Beverly)
The original Ohio & Little Kanawha (later B&O) passenger and freight stations were on Main Street south of the tracks near the viaduct. There was also a water tower to the east of the freight station.
Whipple Joseph Palmer was the station agent here in 1875.
1898 WASHINGTON COUNTY RAILROAD MAP