Deansboro Railroad Station

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Deansboro Railroad Station
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Deansboro Railroad Station is located in New York
Deansboro Railroad Station
Location 2707 NY 315, Deansboro, New York
Coordinates 42°59′37″N 75°25′38″W / 42.99361°N 75.42722°W / 42.99361; -75.42722Coordinates: 42°59′37″N 75°25′38″W / 42.99361°N 75.42722°W / 42.99361; -75.42722
Built 1867
Architectural style Vernacular
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 02001327[1]
Added to NRHP November 15, 2002

The Deansboro Railroad Station is a late nineteenth century train depot in the hamlet of Deansboro in Oneida County, New York. It is historically significant for its role in the history of railroads in New York State and for its related characteristic architecture.[2]

It was built by a predecessor railroad to the New York, Ontario and Western Railway. The depot is a one story rectangular wood-frame building. It served the local community from 1867 until it was sold by the railroad in 1957.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.[1] There are plans to turn the depot into a museum.

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