GALLIA COUNTY

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EXISTING STATIONS
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Current
Location
Type Current
Use
Date
Built
Track
Status
Building
Material
More
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Gallipolis 3rd Avenue between
Olive and Sycamore Streets
(GPS: 38.816024, -82.195427)
F Vacant 1901 Gone Wood
STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Notes
Addison  
Addison  
Alice  
Bidwell
(Porter Sta.)
Town was formerly known as Heatly and the station was known as Porter Station originally; renamed Bidwell around 1900. The station was on SR-554 at GPS: 38.919019,-82.299871.
Cheshire  
Cheshire  
Durgan  
Evergreen  
Gallia  
Gallipolis
AND
This joint passenger station was located on Olive Street between 3rd and 4th. Another freight house was located on the opposite side of Olive Street.
Glenn  
Kanauga  
Kanauga This station was off Route 7 on the old C&O/NYC line. Can someone give me coordinates of the exact location? Was also train order office. The main railroad that uses this line is Norfolk Southern via trackage rights, but CSX has ownership from Pt. Pleasant, WV to Hobsen Yards in Middleport, OH. Station was boarded up and as of March 1, 2001 the building was still standing, but there was a condemned sign on the building. It was torn down sometime after that. This is the Pomeroy Sub-Division. NS ownership ends a few hundred feet railroad west, geographic south, of the station at Block Station CONCO.
Kerr  
Mills  
Tunnel
No. 1
This was listed as a stop on the HV on the 1908 timetable.
Vinton  
1898 GALLIA COUNTY RAILROAD MAP
Notes About Existing Stations...

Gallipolis (CHV&T) - The station closed in the 1960s. Station is in poor condition, but as of 2015 a group was formed to seek non-profit status to restore the station.