Pickerington Train Depot.
History & Heritage

Pickerington Train Depot


The depot and railroad were completed in 1879. Passenger rail service ended – thanks to the automobile – and the depot was closed in 1958. It was rehabilitated by John Grunewald in 1975 and is still owned by his family. A small railroad section house sits beside the old depot. The first automobile in Pickerington, owned by Dr. W.B. Taylor, arrived by train at this depot. Some assembly was required!

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