FOREST  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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Marienville East Side of South Forest Street
(GPS: 41.468333, -79.123223)
C Railroad ???? In Use Wood  
STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Notes
Blue Jay
(Lynch)
A station is shown here on the 1914 county map, however by 1922 the timetable lists this as a flagstop.
Brookston  
Byromtown  
Dawson  
Duhring  
Epsteins A station is shown here on the 1914 county map, however by 1922 the timetable lists no station here and the town name is gone by the 1941 map.
Frost Station  
Gilfoyle  
Hastings  
Henry's Mills This was listed as a flagstop on the 1922 timetable, however no location with that name appears on the 1914 or 1941 county maps. It may have been the same station as Epsteins listed above.
Howland  
Hunter  
Iron City  
Jamison  
Kellettville  
Kingsley  
Lamonaville  
Maple Creek  
Mayburg A station is shown here on the 1914 county map, however by 1922 the timetable lists this as a flagstop.
McCray  
Minister A station is shown here on the 1914 county map, however by 1922 the timetable lists this as a flagstop.
Newtown
Mills
A station is shown here on the 1914 county map, however by 1922 the timetable lists this as a flagstop.
Nebraska There was a freight station here as well.
Parrish  
Pebble Dell  
Pigeon  
Porkey A station is shown here on the 1914 county map, however by 1922 the timetable lists this as a flagstop.
Roses  
Ross Run A station is shown here on the 1914 county map, however by 1922 the timetable lists this as a flagstop. There was also a flagstop at Bear Creek between Ross Run and Newtown Mills.
Ross Run
Junction
The Hickory Valley RR was a logging railroad, but they did publish a timetable with a list of stations as they were required to by the ICC as they were established as a common freight carrier. There were likely no actual depots on the line, although there may have been some sort of freight house at Ross Run Junction. Apparently you could ride as a passenger on the line, but that consisted of sitting on a hay bale in a boxcar. The stations listed on the 1896 timetable were Hickory, Middleton, East Hickory, Bowman Siding, Rialto, Reno Junction, McDonald, Summit, Raulston and Ross Run Junction. On its "Reno Division" the timetable listed Rialto, Reno Junction, McCrea and Browns.
Sheffield
Junction
 
Sheriff A station is shown here on the 1914 county map, however by 1922 the timetable lists this as a flagstop.
Tionesta
Station
 
Trunkeyville This station was at the bottom of Trunkeyville Road between Veach Road and the river.
Watson  
Watson Farm  
Wellers
(Truemans)
 
West Hickory  
Williams  
1895 FOREST COUNTY RAILROAD MAP