Other Railroad Station Sites:
Note: Because web sites often disappear,
change addresses without warning, or otherwise become defunct, some of the links on this
page may prove to be dead ones. I apologize in advance to anyone who happens to
discover this while looking over this page and ask anyone noticing a dead link to please
pass that news along to me so that I may correct or delete it. Thanks!
Note: Most Wikipedia sites provide fast and accurate basic
information; they can be accessed easily under the specific railroad name (e.g.:
Boston & Maine RR, Maine Central RR, etc.). While not "scholarly"
sources, they typically provide useful
links and additional references.
The Railroad Station
Historical Society Perhaps the best starting place
for anyone interested in data and images of railroad states in the United States and
Canada: features links to virtually every stations site on the web.
Stations in New Hampshire By Gary LaPointe. The precursor to (and sister site of) the
Massachusetts Stations site--virtually identical to this site in format and execution.
Nashua City Stations By Matt Cosgro.
A superb, extensive website providing information, images, and locating maps
for stations throughout New England, including Massachusetts.
Railroad Stations in New York State
Charles Woolever. The first of the station pages, an extremely detailed, thorough, and
well executed site, with many excellent links and other interesting features. Station
fans: be sure to visit this site.
- Existing Ohio
Railroad Stations By Dan West.
Another fine station site, loaded with useful and interesting information, features, and
links. Station fans: be sure to visit this site.
Pennsylvania Railroad Stations By
Dan West. Another station site for one of the greatest of railroad states. Please send Dan
whatever PA info you have. Station Fans: Be sure to visit--and contribute to!--this site.
Rail Stations By the Arizona Rail
Passenger Association. An interesting site set up differently from the New York, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire station pages. Station fans: be sure to visit this site.
Passenger Stations By Louis Van Winkle. Yet another
excellent site, with a very engaging format and lots of terrific pictures. Station fans:
be sure to visit this site.
Passenger Stations By Louis Van Winkle. A site
modeled on the Michigan site, with the same engaging format and terrific pictures. Station
fans: be sure to visit this site.
Ontario's Railway Stations By Rob Hughes. A Canadian site
being developed; lots of good information but without photos as of yet. Station fans: be
sure to visit this site.
- Santa Fe
Surviving Depots By Evan Werkema.
This site features data-lists and photos of standing ATSF depots in 12 states. Santa Fe
fans: visit this site.
Fe in Oklahoma A site devoted to Santa Fe depots
throughout Oklahoma. This site features both photos and information. Santa Fe fans: visit
Fe in Kansas A site devoted to Santa Fe depots throughout
Kansas. This site features both photos and information. Santa Fe fans: visit this site.
- Lehigh Valley Railroad Station Pictures By
John W. Campbell. This site features, among much other Lehigh Valley information, an
interesting assortment of photographs and postcards of LV stations past and present.
Lehigh Valley fans: visit (and contribute to) this site.
- Newfoundland Rail Scenes By Randy
Noseworthy. This site features, among other interesting things, excellent photos of
stations from Newfoundland, Canada.
Railroad Home Page By Zane Riester. A more
international stations page with a number of other interesting features too. Station fans:
visit this site.
- Great Railroad Stations By John C. Dahl. Concise and interesting texts and excellent photos of
selected railroads and their stations.
- New Jersey Depots Compiled by Bernie Wagenblast. An
RSHS site with many excellent pictures of New Jersey stations.
Stationmaster By Tom Lucas. A site devoted to photos of
stations in Missouri and in Illinois.
Pacific Depots Part of the official Union Pacific
RR site, featuring photos of UP stations from fourteen states.
- Stationman's Still Standing
By Gene Paoli. A large-scale project devoted to extant
stations and other structures of a great many different railroads.
By Bob Harbison. A useful list of station-related sites, as
well as of station-museums and other displays.
Oklahoma List By John A. Kirk Jr. A variety
of stations (and other structures) from all over Oklahoma.
By Allen O. Underkofler. Photos and detailed information about
a number of stations in the greater Philadelphia area.
Depots in Iowa By Sid Vaughan. More a
catalogue of photos than a stations website, but lots of photos of Iowa depots
Scotia's Railroad Heritage By Jay Underwood.
A very nice, full-service site about railroading in Nova Scotia with over fifty photos of
depots from all over the province.
- Depots in Alabama By Dale E. Burns. An excellent site on depots
and other aspects of railroads in Alabama.
- Erie Lackawanna Structures A site featuring extensive photos of and
information about various standing structures, including depots, of the Erie Lackawanna in
of the M&StL By Lyndon
"Cash" Groth. A site featuring a list and photos of stations of the
Minneapolis & St. Louis RR.
- Depots along the Corn Belt Route By Tom Tolstead. A page from a nice website on the Chicag Great
Western RR, with depot photos and postcard views and some useful information.
Lee Gilbert By Daniel Coe. A
website on the great depot architect with state-by-state lists of Gilbert's structures and
a useful bibliography.
- Railroad Structures
By William Eric McFadden. A site featuring images of selected
stations from eleven different states, most notably Ohio (also included are images of
coaling bunkers, railroad bridges and the like).
- Train Stations By Railroad.net. A site
featuring news of recent developments regarding railroad stations anywhere.
- Maine's Standing Railroad Stations By Bob
English. A site featuring images of and information on existing railroad stations in Maine
(also included are sections on roundhouses, towers, shops, maps, and the like).
An interesting site containing postings of viewers' depot photos, mostly
from New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont.