PIKE COUNTY

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EXISTING STATIONS
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Current
Location
Type Current
Use
Date
Built
Track
Status
Building
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STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Notes
Beavertown Built in 1899, this station was destroyed in a derailment in 1914.
Beavertown This station was a replacement for the one listed above.
Glen Jean
AND
A wreck between a Southern Ohio freight train and Scioto Valley freight train nearly destroyed the deopt here on January 21, 1890 (Salem Daily News, 1-21-1890).
Omega Built in 1878, torn down in 1948. Town was previously known as Sharonville.
Piketon Built by Scioto Valley in 1877, remodeled with larger freight room in 1926 (tower also removed), closed July 1969, razed 1970.
Waverly Built by Scioto Valley 1877, remodeled in similar fashion as Piketon in 1913, closed July 30, 1976. Depot was moved to a site a few 100 ft. west of the former  DT&I freight  depot (see below) which sat on Depot Rd. A local businessman bought and moved the depot in 1977. The freight end was remodeled for use by the local Moose club. It was burned by an arsonist in 1979.
Waverly The passenger station was on the west side of town. It was on the south side of SR 220 (West North Street), on the east side of the tracks.
Waverly This brick freight station sat on Depot Road and Second Street. It was built in 1953 and demolished in spring 2002 to satisfy state requirements to construct a state approved truck bypass connecting SR220 East and West Second St. The city of Waverly was the last owner of the structure.
1898 PIKE COUNTY RAILROAD MAP