HOCKING COUNTY

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EXISTING STATIONS
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Current
Location
Type Current
Use
Date
Built
Track
Status
Building
Material
More
Info
Haydenville Along HVSR tracks,
off Wandling Road near
gravel company.
C Vacant 1903 In Use Brick
Logan Gallagher St.
& Motherwell St.
P Vacant ???? Aband. Brick
Murray City Locust  Street C Vacant ???? Gone Wood
STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Notes
Baird's Furnace Not sure if this was in Hocking County or Perry County.
Brush Fork Junction This station was between Murray City and Orbiston.
Carbon Hill
Consol This station was between Jobs and New Pittsburgh.
Enterprise
(Stiversonville)
 
Gore
(Old Gore)
Shown on contemporary maps as Gore, called Old Gore on older maps.
Gore Station This station was in the vicinity of SR-93 and Payne Road (TWP-382) where the twin towns of Hamlin and Burgessville used to be. There is no town there today. This was between Old Gore and Oreville.
Greendale During the late 1940s, this station was loaded on a flat car and taken to Carbon Hill where it sat next to the station there.
Haynes May have been built by predecessor Lancaster & Hamden RR.
Jobs
Kachelmacher  
Laurelville May have been built by predecessor Lancaster & Hamden RR.
Locke Station This station was in the vicinity of where Bremen Road (CR-15) intersects with SR-93 northeast of Logan.
Logan This station was at the corner of Gallagher Ave. (formerly Depot Ave) & Motherwell St. It was built sometime prior to 1886 and included a hotel on the second floor and restaurant on the first floor.
Logan This freight station was located just to the west of the passenger station.
Longstreth  
Monday  
New Pittsburgh  
Orbiston  
Oreville
(Monday Creek)
 
Rockbridge
(Millville)
 
Sand Run Junction  
Snow Fork Junction  
South Bloomingville May have been built by predecessor Lancaster & Hamden RR.
Starr  
Summit  
Union Furnace
Webb Summit  
Winona Winona station was in the vicinity of the intersection of SR-312 and SR-93 in Falls Gore Township.
1898 HOCKING COUNTY RAILROAD MAP
Notes About Existing Stations...

Haydenville (CHV&T) - Owned by Hocking Valley Scenic Railraod but in disrepair. This Depot was built in 1903 to replace a wooden depot, built in 1876 that sat some distance from this site. The Station is built of block and brick: the roof of red fired-tiles as from the Ludowici-Caladon Roof Tile Company. The Haydenville Preservation Committee has been working with others in an attempt to save this depot from being torn down.

Logan (CHV&T) - Only the baggage shed reamins.

Murray City (CHV&T) - The station, which was at the end of a branch line, has been restored to its original interior including the original pot belly stove, and safe. See the Murray City depot website for more info.