|Albany||Stearns County Pioneer Club on 360th Street between MN-238 and CR-10.||C||1893||Club||None||Wood|
|Part of an antique complex off CR-65 between Sauk
Center and Melrose (Stearns County).
36079 County Road 65, Sauk Centre.
|cold spring||Hennen Tire Service on MN-23 at 5th Avenue (on the NW corner).||C||????||????||None||Wood|
|collegeville||Near the intersection of Collegeville and Old Collegeville Road on what is now the bikepath.||C||????||Residence||None||Wood|
|Grande Depot Shops, 8318 MN-23 (at I-94), southwest of
|freeport||In an alley near East Main (CR-157) and 6th Avenue NE
(GPS: 45.661052, -94.682107)
|richmond||West end of 2nd Street SW, where it ends at the river
and just NW of the water treatment plant
(GPS: 45.452214, -94.525305)
|St. Cloud||1715 Breckenridge Ave. (off 5 1/2 Street North).||C||1899||Railroad||In Use||Stone|
|Half of station moved to farm northeast of town, 2 miles north of S.R. 28 at 11968 CR-15 in Todd County.||C||????||Storage||None||Wood|
|Half of station moved to Little Sauk, 1 block east of
US 71 on CR-6 and 1 block south at 15763 221st. Avenue
|Sauk center||109 Main Street South
(GPS: 45.739012, -94.95147)
|STATIONS OF THE PAST|
|Albany||This may have been the first depot in Albany with a date built of 1888.|
|Avon||This station was on the east side of Avon Avenue. There now appears to be a pavilion at this location.|
|Belgrade||This station was between Washburn and Martin Avenues on the south side of the tracks.|
|Brooten||This depot was on Railway Avenue between Central and Pleasant.|
|Kimball Prairie||This station was on the west side of the southern end of Elm Street.|
|Melrose||This station, the second at Melrose, was on the west side of South 4th Avenue East (formerly Morris Street). It was torn down and used for lumber.|
|new munich||This station was moved to a farm northeast of town after it went out of service, but is now gone.|
|O'Brien Station||This station was in the SW corner of Section 17 in St. Cloud Township. It was along the GN, just to the SE of Waite Park. There were several spurs near the station that led to nearby granite quarries.|
|Built in 1890, this depot was located on the SW side of Desmond Drive (formerly 4th Street). It was later moved to Rice lake where it served as a cottage before buring down in the 1990s.|
|Paynesville||This station was on the east side of Washburn Avenue. Old Paynesville was annexed to New Paynesville in 1904 (when the "Old" and "New" distinctions disappeared). After service, the station was moved to Rice Lake east of Morning Star Resort and served as a cabin. It burned down around 1995-98.|
|Rockville||In 1896, the first station here was just to the NE of the north end of Elm Street. The station closed in 1952.|
|st. joseph||Originally located on College Avenue North, this station was reportedly used by the Boy Scouts after being retired, but was subsequently torn down.|
|Sauk Center||This appears to be an older station that predated the one that still exists.|
|Stiles||This station was on the western edge of Section 11 of Ashley Township west of Sauk Center on the NP.|
|1898 STEARNS COUNTY RAILROAD MAP|
Notes About Existing Stations...
Albany (GN) - The original location of the station was on Church Avenue east of 5th Street. It was on the south side of the tracks. Station was moved to Pioneer Grounds in 1972.
Cold Spring (GN) - Building has been heavily modified.
Eden Valley (Soo Line) - Moved in 1976 to Roscoe for a short time and then on to Saint Cloud in Stearns County. The original location of this depot was on the west side of State Street in Eden Valley. The original Eden Valley Soo depot burned June 19, 1913 and this was built later that year as a replacement.
Freeport (GN) - The original location of this station was about a block east of 1st Avenue.
Richmond (GN) - This station was originally located on the east side of St. Francis Street. (What is this street called now?)
Sauk Center (GN) - This station was originally located on the NW side of Grove Lake Avenue. Two brothers bought the station and sawed it in half to reporpose each part on their respective properties.