WILLIAMS COUNTY

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EXISTING STATIONS
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Current
Location
Type Current
Use
Date
Built
Track
Status
Building
Material
More
Info
Bryan North side of West Edgerton Street on the south side of the tracks.
(GPS: 41.480085,-84.551546)
P Private 1867 In Use Wood  
Bryan North side of West Edgerton Street on the south side of the tracks west of the LS&MS station.
(GPS: 41.479834,-84.553262)
C Railroad ???? In Use Brick  
Edon In Walz Park on North edge of town
(GPS:41.562273,-84.772106)
C Civic 1893 None Wood
Stryker North Depot Street
(GPS: 41.502808,-84.416789)
C Civic 1901 In Use Stone
STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Notes
Alvordton This station was on the west side of the tracks east of Brice Avenue. It was in the SW quadrant of the diamond at the Wabash crossing (GPS: 41.665302,-84.428226). There was a freight house across the Wabash tracks on a transfer track that may have been shared by both RRs.
Alvordton This station was on the south side of Main Street on the NW side of the tracks. It was in the NE quadrant of the diamond at the CN crossing (GPS: 41.665811,-84.427856).
Blakeslee This station was on the west side of Washington Street on the SE side of the tracks (GPS: 41.523576,-84.731026).
Bryan This combination station sat on the south side of East Wilson Street on the west side of the tracks (GPS: 41.470869,-84.542552).
Bryan  
Edgerton The passenger station sat at the end of Oak Street just Past Indiana Street on the north side of the tracks (GPS: 41.448348,-84.745531). The freight station was on the south side of the tracks along Depot Street (GPS: 41.44793,-84.746073). The freight station may have served as the original passenger station (hence the freight station being on Depot Street)
Edgerton This freight station was last reported as sitting behind city hall, but several visitors did not see it there so it is assumed demolished.
Kunkle This station was built in 1881 and was on the east side of Pleasant Street on the SE side of the tracks (GPS: 41.632842,-84.495276).
Melbern  
Montpelier The first station here was built in 1881 and was later moved a bit to the NW on a siding track and converted to a freight house when the new station (see below) was built.
Montpelier Built in 1895 and torn down in 1981, this station was at the south end of Empire Street at the intersection with Depot Street (GPS: 41.579217,-84.609929). The freight house was directly to the east. Later, this original freight station housed a lunch room, baggage room and express office as another freight station was added to the west of the passenger station. The roundhouse was across the yard to the southeast.
Pulaski The station was north of Main Street on the SE side of the tracks (GPS: 41.510891,-84.505173).
Stryker The original LS&MS station here was at the same location as the current station. It burned in 1900. There was a freight and grain warehouse across the tracks on South Depot Street.
West Unity This station was on the east side of North Liberty Street to the NE of West Unity Park. It was on the west side of the tracks (GPS: 41.592129,-84.429583).
West Unity This station was on the east side of South Main Street (GPS: 41.583173,-84.433542).
1898 WILLIAMS COUNTY RAILROAD MAP
Notes About Existing Stations...

Edon (Wabash) - The original location of this station was on the east side of South Michigan Street on the north side of the tracks (GPS: 41.554341,-84.76885).

Stryker (LS&MS) - Police Dept. On National Register of Historic Places. Replaced an earlier frame depot at the same location that burned in 1900.