A listing of abandoned railroad depots and related structures.


Covington & Lexington Railroad Depot

The Covington & Lexington Railroad (C&L) was incorporated in 1851 in Covington, Kentucky to connect to Lexington. The Paris depot was constructed in 1853 after several years of “agitation.”

  • Location: Paris, Kentucky
  • Status: Abandoned

Henderson Union Station

Henderson Union Station

Louisville & Nashville Railroad, Illinois Central Railroad, Henderson Road

The Henderson Union Station is a formerly abandoned Louisville & Nashville Railroad (L&N) passenger station in Henderson, Kentucky. It is currently being restored.

  • Location: Henderson, Kentucky
  • Status: Being Renovated

New York

Buffalo Central Terminal

Buffalo Central Terminal

New York Central Railroad

The Buffalo Central Terminal is a closed railroad station for the New York Central Railroad (NYC) in Buffalo, New York.

  • Location: Buffalo, New York
  • Status: Under Renovations/Abandoned

OhioBig Four Railroad Depot (Springfield, Ohio)

Big Four Railroad Depot

Big Four Railroad

The Big Four Railroad Depot was located in downtown Springfield, Ohio at Washington and Spring Street. The depot was constructed on the site of one of two Indian mounds in the city. It was demolished in 1969.

  • Location: Springfield, Ohio
  • Status: Demolished

Lake Shore Electric Railway

Lake Shore Electric Railway Cars

Lake Shore Electric Railway

The Lake Shore Electric Railway is a former interurban railway between Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio via Sandusky and Fremont. The LSE was formed in 1901, growing to a height of over 60 miles by the 1910’s. The Niles Car & Manufacturing Company of Niles, Ohio manufactured many of the LSE cars, while the LSE Sandusky Shop handled others. The Great Depression took its toll on the interurban and the LSE was abandoned in 1938.

  • Location: Ohio
  • Status: Abandoned