FULTON COUNTY

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EXISTING STATIONS
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Current
Location
Type Current
Use
Date
Built
Track
Status
Building
Material
More
Info
Brailey Brailey Road south of US-20A C Private ???? None Wood
Delta Depot Street C Railroad ???? In Use Brick &
Stone
Delta Depot Street C Storage ???? In Use Wood
Denson SW corner of
US-20 & CR-10-3
C Private ???? None Wood
Elmira Moved to Sauder Farm, Archbold C Museum ???? None Wood  
Fayette 27272 US-20, west of town. C Private ???? None Wood
Pettisville Original site. C Business ???? In Use Wood
South Delta SR-109 south edge of town at
Pettisville Grain Silos
C Private ???? Gone Wood
Wauseon South side of Depot Street between Fulton and Brunell Streets. C Museum 1896 In Use Brick/
Stone
STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Notes
Archbold The combination passenger and freight station sat on E. Mechanic Street where West St. dead ends at the tracks. The station was on the south side of the tracks. There were also two lumber sheds and a poultry house there on RR property.
Ekley  
Elmira  
Fayette The first station here was of Canada Southern vintage. This ended up being the southern terminus for the Canada Southern's route to Chicago as the line was never completed.  The station was located just to the NW of the north end of Cherry Street on the north side of the tracks. There is a large factory parking lot on this site today (2010). (GPS: 41.678938,-84.32911) There was a freight station due east on the south side of the tracks.
Fayette
Pettisville Freight station.
Naomi  
Ottokee  
Ritters Ritters station was on the east side of Ritter-Lauber Road (TWP-21) near the Iron Creek. There was also a post office here in the mid/late 1800s. The area is all farm fields today (2010) (GPS: 41.702589,-84.269643)
Swanton Station was located near the corner of State Rt. 64 and Broadway St. in downtown Swanton. The freight house was across the tracks to the southeast.
Wauseon  

The passenger station was on the SE side of West Elm Street and the freight station was on the NW side of the street. Both were on the NE side of the tracks.

Wauseon Was located between North Fulton Street and Ottokee Street. The freight station was on the east side of 3rd Street, on the south side of the tracks.
Wauseon There was a frame station at the same location as the current station prior to 1896. There was a freight station across the tracks to the SW.
1898 FULTON COUNTY RAILROAD MAP
Notes About Existing Stations...

Brailey (Wabash) - Moved south of orig. site. Here's an old photo.

Delta (NYC) - Maintenance of Way Base.

Delta (LS&MS) - Sits off track adjacent to brick station.

Denson (DT&I) - Moved. Now a storage shed.

Fayette (NYC) - Moved from original location.

Pettisville (LS&MS) - Built into grain company, heavily disguised.

South Delta (Wabash) - Restored by Northwest Ohio Rails To Trails Association. Now used as the NORTA office.

Wauseon (LS&MS) - On National Register of Historic Places.