NEW HAMPSHIRE STATIONS:
Allentown:  The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Alton: Two former freight depots of the Boston & Maine here still stand, vacant.
Alton Bay: The former freight and passenger depots of the B&M here still stand, both used as businesses.
Ames: Originally built by the B&M, privately owned.
Ashland: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a museum. Also, the former B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Ashuelot: Originally built by the B&M, vacant.
Bailey's: The original Maine Central passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Barnstead: Originally built by the B&M, privately owned.
Bartlett: The original Maine Central freight depot here still stands, owned by the Conway Scenic Railway.
Bayside: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Bennington: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Berlin: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business. Also, the original Grand Trunk Railway passenger depot here still stands.
Bethelehem: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Blodgett: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Boscawen: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Bow Junction: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Bradford: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Brookline: The B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned. PHOTO
Burleyville: Originally built by the B&M, privately owned. Also, the former B&M freight depot here still stands.
Canaan: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stands, the former used as a business, the latter vacant.
Candia: The original Concord & Portsmouth Railroad passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Canterbury: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Center Ossipee: Originally built by the B&M, used as a business. Also, the former B&M freight depot here still stands.
Charlestown: B&M passenger & freight depots still stand, used as a True Value store. PHOTO
Chesham: B&M station still stands, privately owned. PHOTO
Claremont Junction: B&M passenger depot still stands, used as a business. CONFIRMED
Colebrook: The original Maine Central passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Columbia Bridge: The original Maine Central passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Contoocook: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands.
Crawford Notch: The original Maine Central passenger and freight depots here still stands, used as museums.
Derry: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Durham: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
East Andover: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
East Kingston: B&M passenger depot here still stands. PHOTO
East Milford: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Enfield: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stands, both used as a businesses.
Epping: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned. Also, a second B&M passenger station here still stands, used as a business.
Epsom: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Exter: Two former B&M passenger depots here still stands privately owned and used as a business.
Fabyan: The original Maine Central passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Fernald: The original Wolfeboro Railroad passenger depot here still stands.
Fitzwilliam: B&M station still stands, freight house has been torn down.  CONFIRMED
Franklin Falls: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Fremont: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, privately owned.
Gerrish: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
Gilford: Originally built by the B&M, privately owned.
Glen-Jackson: The original Maine Central passenger and freight depots here still stand, owned by the Conway Scenic Railway.
Goffstown: The original B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Gonic: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, vacant.
Gorham: The second GT passenger depot built here (1907) still stands, used by the Gorham Historical Society.
Greenfield: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Greenland: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Greenville: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Groveton: The original GT passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
Hampton: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Hampton Falls: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Hancock: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands.
Harrisville: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands.
Haverville: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Hayes: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Hedding: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Henniker: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand.
Highlands: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Hillsborough: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Hinsdale: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned. PHOTO
Holton: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Intervale: The original Maine Central passenger depot here still stands, owned by the Conway Scenic Railway.
Jaffrey: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Laconia: Originally built by the B&M, used as a business.
Lakeport: The former B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand.
Lake Shore Park: Originally built by the B&M, privately owned.
Lancaster: The original B&M and MEC freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Lang: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a municipal building.
Lebanon: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Lee: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a museum.
Lisbon: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Littleton: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Lochmere: The former B&M freight depot here still stands.
Loon Cove: Originally built by the B&M, privately owned.
Manchester: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned. Also, the former B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Maplewood: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
Marlborough: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Mason: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Meadows: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, privately owned.
Melvin Falls: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Meredith: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Merrimack: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
Milford: Two B&M passenger & freight depots still stand, used as businesses PHOTO
Milton: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Nashua: Two former B&M freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
New Boston: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
New Durham: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand.
Newbury: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands.
Newington: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
Newmarket: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Newport: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Newton: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Newton Junction: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, privately owned.
North Hampton: The original B&M passenger and freigth depots here still stand, used as businesses.
North Haverville: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
North Stratford: The original GT passenger depot here still stands.
North Woodstock: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Northfield: The original B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand, privately owned.
Parkers: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Pennacook: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Pike: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands.
Pittsfield: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Place: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Plaistow: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Plymouth: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand.
Potter Place: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as a museum.
Raymond: Two former B&M passenger depots and one freight station here still stand.
Rochester: Two former B&M freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Rockingham Junction: B&M passenger depot still stands, partly restored, privately owned.  Freight shed was removed after collapsed after 2006.  Along Pan Am trackage.  PHOTO
Rollinsford: The original B&M freight depot here still stands.
Salem: B&M passenger depot still stands, in need of restoration.
Sanbornville: Originally built by the B&M, privately owned. Also, the former B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Sandown: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a museum.
Short Falls: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands.
Silver Lake: The former B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand.
South Merrimack: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Somersworth: The original B&M passenger and passenger depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Springhaven: Originally built by the B&M, used as a business.
Stratham: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Sugar Hill: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
Sunapee: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Tilton: Originally built by the B&M, moved to Boscawen, privately owned.
Troy: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, vacant.
Twin Mountain: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Union: The former B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand.
Warner: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand.
Warren: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Waterloo: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Weirs: Originally built by the B&M, used as a business.
Wentworth: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a museum.
West Alton: Originally built by the B&M, privately owned.
West Deering: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
West Gonic: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
West Henniker: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
West Lebanon: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
West Ossippee: The former B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand.
West Rindge: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Whitefield: The original B&M and MEC passenger depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Wilton: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business. Also, the former B&M freight depot here still stands, used by Pan Am Railways. PHOTO
Winchester: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Windham Junction: B&M passenger & freight depots stand along rail trail (CONFIRMED). Also, the former Manchester & Lawrence Railroad passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Winnisquam: Originally built by the B&M, owned by the Hobo Railroad.
Woodsville: The original B&M passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Wolfboro: The former B&M freight and two passenger depots here still stand.
New England Railroad Stations
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,  Rhode Island, Vermont
MAINE RAILROAD STATIONS:
Addison: Originally built by the Washington County and Maine Central Railroads, privately owned.
Agamenticus: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned.
Albion: Originally built by the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway, restored and home of the Albion Historical Society.
Arundel: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned.
Auburn: Original freight depot built by the Maine Central Railroad here still stands, used as a business.
Bakers: Originally built by the MEC/Somerset Railroad, privately owned.
Bath: The former MEC freight and passenger depots here still stand.
Belfast: The former MEC/Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad freight depot here still stands.
Benton Station: Originally built by the MEC, privately owned.
Bethel: Originally built by the Grand Trunk Railway.
Biddeford: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Bigelow: Originally built by the Franklin & Megantic Railroad.
Bingham Heights: Originally built by the MEC/Somerset Railroad, privately owned.
Blanchard: Originally built by the BAR, privately owned.
Brooks: Originally built by the MEC/B&ML.
Brownville Junction: Originally built by the Canadian Pacific.
Bryant Pond: The former Grand Trunk Railway freight depot here still stands.
Bucksport: Originally built by the MEC, home of the Bucksport Historical Society Museum.
Buxton: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned.
Calais: Originally built by the Washington County and Maine Central Railroads, used as a museum.
Canton: Originally built by the MEC.
Caribou: Originally built by the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, vacant.
Cathance: Originally built by the MEC.
City Point: Originally built by the MEC, used as a museum.
Colombia: Originally built by the Washington County and Maine Central Railroads, privately owned.
Cornish: The former MEC freight depot here still stands, vacant.
Cummings: Built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a museum in Kennebunk. PHOTO
Dead River Station: Originally built by the MEC, used as a business.
Dexter: The former MEC freight depot here still stands, privately owned.
Dover-Foxcraft: The former MEC freight depot here still stands.
East Hebron: Originally built by the MEC.
East Sumner: Originally built by the MEC, privately owned.
East Vassalboro: Originally built by the WW&F, privately owned.
East Wilton: Originally built by the MEC, used as a business.
Ellsworth: Originally built by the MEC.
Enfield: Originally built by the MEC, moved to Bangor and used as a museum.
Farmington: Originally built by the MEC, used as a business. Also, the former MEC freight depot here still stands.
Fort Fairfield: Originally built by the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad.
Fort Kent: Originally built by the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, home of the Fort Kent Historical Society Museum.
Frankfort: The former BAR freight depot here still stands.
Freeport: MEC circa 1912 station moved to Boothbay Rail Museum. CONFIRMED
Frenchville: Originally built by the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, used as a museum.
Fryeburg: Originally built by the MEC, privately owned. Also, the MEC's former freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Gardiner: Originally built by the MEC. Also, the former MEC freight depot here still stands.
Georges River: Originally built by the MEC, used as a museum.
Gilead: Originally built by the Grand Trunk Railway, moved to Auburn.
Gorham: Originally built by the Portland & Rochester Railroad, used as a business.
Great Works: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as apartments.
Hallowell: The former MEC freight depot here still stands.
Island Falls: The former BAR freight depot here still stands, vacant.
Jackman: The former Canadian Pacific freight and passenger depots here still stand.
Kennebunk: The former B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Kennebunk Beach: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a museum.
Kennebunkport: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, currently a restaurant.
Kingfield: Originally built by the F&M.
Kittery Point: Originally built by the York, Harbor & Beach Railroad, privately owned.
Lewiston: Originally built by the Maine Central Railroad, used as a business. Also, the original Grand Trunk Railway passenger station here still stands.
Lincoln: Originally built by the Maine Central Railroad, owned by Pan Am Railways.
Lisbon Falls: Originally built by the Maine Central Railroad, used as a business.
Long Beach: Originally built by the YH&B, used as a museum.
Machias: Originally built by the Washington County and Maine Central Railroads, vacant.
Madawaska: Originally built by the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, owned by the Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway.
Mainstream Station: Originally built by the MEC.
Marbles Station: Originally built by the MEC, used as a business.
Mechanic Falls: The former GTR freight depot here still stands. Also, the MEC's passenger depot remains here as well, used as a community center.
Millinocket: The original BAR office building here still stands, owned by the MM&A.
Milo: The former BAR freight depot here still stands.
Monmouth: The former MEC freight depot here still stands.
Monson: Originally built by the Monson Railroad.
Monson Junction: Originally built by the Monson Railroad/BAR.
New Castle: The original MEC freight and passenger depots here still stand.
Norridgewock: Originally built by the MEC/Somerset Railroad.
North Anson: The former freight depot of the MEC/Somerset Railroad here still stands.
North Belgrade: Originally built by the MEC, privately owned.
North Berwick: B&M station still stands, used as a business. CONFIRMED
North Vassaboro: Originally built by the WW&F, privately owned.
Northern Maine Junction: The combination offices/station used by the MEC/BAR here still stands
Oakfield: Originally built by the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, home of the Oakfield Railroad Museum.
Oceanside: Originally built by the YH&B, used as a business.
Old Town: The former MEC freight and passenger depots here still stand, the former owned by Pan Am, the latter used as a business.
Orno: Originally built by the MEC, used as apartments.
Palermo: Originally built by the WW&F, privately owned.
Parsons: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned.
Pattern: The former BAR freight depot here still stands, vacant.
Phillips: The original Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad freight and passenger depots here still stand.
Pittsfield: Originally built by the MEC.
Poland: The former MEC freight and passenger depots here still stand.
Portland: Two former office buildings of the GTR here still stand, used as businesses. Also, the offices of the MEC here still stand.
Presque Island: Originally built by the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, privately owned.
Princeton: Originally built by the MEC, used by the local municipal airport for offices.
Richmond: The former MEC freight depot here still stands.
Riverside: Originally built by the MEC, privately owned.
Rockland: Maine Central circa 1917 station stands, used as a business.  Maine Eastern end of the line.  CONFIRMED
Rumford: The original MEC freight and passenger depots here still stand, both used as businesses.
Rumford Falls: Originally built by the Maine Central Railroad, moved to Mechanic Falls.
Saco: The former B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand, both used as a businesses.
Salem: Originally built by the Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad, privately owned.
Sanford: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, vacant.
Sanders Mill: Originally built by the Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad, moved to Phillips.
Seabury: Originally built by the YH&B, privately owned.
Searsport: BAR freight and passenger depots still stand, the former owned by the MM&A the latter used as a business.
Sherman: The former BAR freight depot here still stands.
Smyrna Mills: The former BAR freight depot here still stands.
South Lagrange: Originally built by the BAR, privately owned.
South Paris: The former Grand Trunk passenger station here still stands.
South Windham: Originally built by the MEC, used as a business.
Stockholm: The former BAR freight depot here still stands.
Stockton: Originally built by the BAR, privately owned. Also, the former BAR freight depot here still stands.
Tapleyville: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, moved to Kennebunkport and home of the Seashore Trolley Museum.
The Elms: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Thomaston: Originally built by the MEC, used as a museum.
Thorndike: MEC/B&ML structure moved to Boothbay Rail Museum. CONFIRMED
Troutdale: Originally built by the MEC/Somerset Railroad, privately owned.
Unity: Originally built by the MEC/B&ML.
Vanceboro: Originally built by the MEC/CP.
Waldoboro: Originally built by the MEC, owned by the Maine Eastern Railroad.
Warren: Originally built by the MEC, vacant.
Weeks Mills: The former WW&F freight depot here still stands, privately owned.
Wells: Originally built by the B&M, used as a museum.
Wells Beach: The original B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand.
West Farmington: Originally built by the MEC, used as a post office.
West Minot: Originally built by the Maine Central Railroad, privately owned. Also, the MEC's former freight depot here still stands as well.
Whitneyville: Originally built by the Washington County and Maine Central Railroads, abandoned.
Wilton: Originally built by the MEC, used as a business and moved to Jay.
Winslow: Originally built by the WW&F, privately owned.
Woodland: Originally built by the MEC, privately owned. Also, the former MEC freight depot here still stands.
Yarmouth:  Grand Trunk passenger depot still stands, used by business.  CONFIRMED
York Harbor: Originally built by the YH&B, privately owned.
VERMONT RAILROAD STATIONS:
Barre: Originally built by the Central Vermont Railway, home of the Vermont Granite Museum. Also the former Montpelier & Wells River Railroad passenger station/office building located here remains in use as a business.
Beecher Falls: Originally built by the Maine Central Railroad.
Bellow Falls: Built by the Central Vermont Railway, used by the Green Mountain Railroad (tourist line). PHOTO
Bennington: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, used as a restaurant.
Bethel: Originally built by the CV, used as a business.
Bradford: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Brattleboro: The Brattleboro Union Station (CV and B&M) here still stands, used as an Amtrak stop art center, and museum.
Bristol: Originally built by the Bristol Railroad, privately owned.
Burlington: The Burlington Union Station still stands, used as a business and by the Green Mountain Railroad's Champlain Valley Flyer.
Castleton: Originally built by the Delaware & Hudson Railway, used as a business.
Chester: Built by the Rutland Railroad, used by the Green Mountain Railroad (tourist line). PHOTO
Concord: Originally built by the Maine Central Railroad.
Danby: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, used as a business.
East Clarendon: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, used as a business.
Ely: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a post office.
Essex Junction: Originally built by the Central Vermont Railway, used as an Amtrak stop.
Fairhaven: Originally built by the D&H, vacant.
Fairlee: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Ferrisburgh: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, used as a business.
Gilman: Originally built by the Maine Central Railroad.
Grand Isle: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, privately owned.
Greensboro: The former St. Johnsbury & Lamoille County Railroad freight and passenger depots here still stand.
Island Pond: Originally built by the Grand Trunk Railway, home of the Island Pond Historical Society.
Johnson: Originally built by the St. Johnsbury & Lamoille County Railroad, used as a business.
Kendall: Originally built by the B&M, privately owned.
Ludlow: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad.
Middlebury: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad.
Montpelier: Originally built by the CV.
Montpelier Junction: Originally built by the CV, used as an Amtrak stop.
Morrisville: Originally built by the StJ&LC, used as a business.
Newfane: Originally built by the West River Railroad.
New Haven Junction: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, used as a business.
Newport: Originally built by the Canadian Pacific, used as a senior center.
North Bennington: Rutland passenger and freight depots still stand. PHOTO
North Clarendon: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, used as a business.
North Dorset: Built by the Rutland Railroad, privately owned.  PHOTO
North Ferrisburgh: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, used as a business.
Northfield: The former CV freight and passenger depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Norwich: The former B&M freight and passenger depots here still stand.
Piermont: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Randolph: Originally built by the CV, vacant. Also, the former CV freight depot here also still stands, restored and used as an Amtrak stop.
Rupert: Originally built by the Delaware & Hudson Railway.
Shelburne: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, used as a museum.
South Royalton: Originally built by the CV.
St. Albans: The former Central Vermont Railway offices and freight depot still stand, both used by the New England Central Railway.
Swanton: Originally built by the CV.
Thetford: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned.
Vergennes: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad.
Wallingford: Originally built by the Rutland Railroad, mowed to Pawlet and used as a business.
Waterbury: The former CV freight and passenger depots here still stand, the former used as a business.
White River Junction: The White River Junction Union Station still stands, used as an Amtrak stop. PHOTO
Wilmington: Originally built by the Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington Railroad, privately owned.
Windsor: Originally built by the CV, used as an Amtrak stop.
Woodstock: The former Woodstock Railway freight depot here still stands.
CONNECTICUT RAILROAD STATIONS:
Avon: Built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Berlin-New Berlin: Built by the New Haven.
Bethel: Built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Botsford: Built by the New Haven.
Brookfield: Originally built by the New Haven, restored and used as a business.
Canaan: Canaan Union Depot built by the Connecticut Western Railroad and Housatonic Railroad.  Half burned in arson fire.   Being restored as of 2012. PHOTO
Cannondale: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Chaplin Station: Originally built by the New Haven, moved from Willimantic and home of the Connecticut East Chapter of the National Railroad Historical Society.
Chester: The old New Haven station was moved and is now a private residence. CONFIRMED
Clinton: Originally built by the New Haven.
Colchester: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands, also used by a business.
Collinsville: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands, used for storage.
Collinsville Junction: Originally built by the New Haven, used for storage.
Columbia: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a private residence.
Cornwall Bridge: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Cos Cob: Originally built by the New Haven.
Cromwell: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Danbury: Originally built by the New Haven, home of the Danbury Railway Museum.
Darien: Originally built by the New Haven, used by Metro-North.
Derby-Shelton: Originally built by the New Haven, used by Metro-North.
East Canaan: Originally built by the Central New England Railway, used as a private residence.
East Hampton: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Essex: The former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands.
Fairfield: Two former New Haven depots here still stand, one in use by Metro-North.
Falls Village: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Forestville: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Gaylordsville: Two former NYNH&H passenger stations and a freight depot here still stand.
Granby: Originally built by the New Haven & Northampton Railroad, used as a business.
Greenwich: Originally built by the New Haven, in use by Metro-North.
Groton: The former NYNH&H freight depot here was moved to Willimantic and used by the Connecticut Eastern Chapter of the National Railroad Historical Society.
Hartford: Hartford Union Station (New Haven/New York & New England) still stands and remains in use as an Amtrak stop.
Kent: Housatonic RR, restored and used as a business. PHOTO
Lime Rock: The former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands, used as a private residence.
Litchfield: Originally built by the Central New England, used as a business.
Madison: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Meriden: Originally built by the New Haven, used as an Amtrak stop.
Middlefield: Originally built by the New Haven. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands.
Milford: Originally built by the New Haven, used by Merto-North.
Mystic: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a welcome center and as an Amtrak/Metro-North station stop.
Naugatuck: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business and by Metro-North.
New Canaan: Originally built by the New Haven, used by Metro-North.
New Hartford: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a municipal building.
New Haven: The restored New Haven Union Station is used by Amtrak as a station stop.
Newington: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands, used for storage.
New London: The New London Union Depot (Central Vermont/New Haven) is restored and used as an Amtrak stop.
New Milford: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a municipal building.
Norfolk: Originally built by the CNE, used as a business.
Norwich: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Old Greenwich: Originally built by the New Haven, used by Metro-North.
Old Saybrook: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business and Amtrak stop. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Pine Meadow: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a private residence.
Plantsville: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Putnam: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Rocky Hill: The former New Haven freight and passenger depots here still stand, both used as businesses.
Roxbury: Originally built by the Shepaug, Litchfield & Northern Railroad.
Salisbury: Originally built by the Central New England, used as a private residence.
Saugatuck: Originally built by the New Haven.
Simsbury: Two former NYNH&H passenger depots here still stand, both used as businesses.
Sound Beach: Originally built by the New Haven.
Southington: Originally built by the New Haven.
Stafford Springs: Originally built by the Central Vermont, used as a municipal building.
Stepney: Originally built by the New Haven.
Stratford: Originally built by the New Haven, home of the National Helicopter Museum, Inc.
Thomaston: Originally built by the New Haven, home of the Railroad Museum of New England.
Thompsonville: Originally built by the New Haven.
Torrington: Originally built by the New Haven, used for storage.
Unionville: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
Wallingford: Originally built by the New Haven, used as an Amtrak stop.
Warehouse Point: The former NYNH&H freight station here still stands, used as a business.
Washington Depot: Originally built by the Shepang Railroad.
Waterbury: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business.
West Cornwall: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a residence and business.
West Simsbury: Originally built by the New Haven.
West Willington: Originally built by the CV, used as a business.
Wethersfield: The former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Willington: The former CV freight and passenger depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Wilton: Originally built by the New Haven, used by Metro-North. Also, another former NYNH&H passenger depot here still stands, used as a business and Metro-North stop.
Windsor: Originally built by the New Haven, used as a business. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands.
Windsor Locks: Originally built by the New Haven, vacant.
MASSACHUSETTS RAILROAD STATIONS:
Acushnet: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
Adams: Originally built by the Boston & Albany Railroad, used as a business. Also, the former B&A freight depot here still stands, also used as a business. Lastly, a second B&A depot here still stands, used as a municipal building. 
Adamsdale: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
Allston: B&A passenger depot is located next to the Mass Pike and is now a restaurant.
Amesbury: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Amherst: The original Boston & Maine and Central Vermont passenger depots here still stand, both used as a businesses.
Andover: Boston & Maine Railroad station still stands along MBTA tracks, used as business.  CONFIRMED
Ashland: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Athol: The Fitchburg/B&M passenger station stands next to the Pan Am Fitchburg line.  Used as a business.  PHOTO
Attleboro: Two former New Haven Railroad stations here still stand, one used as an Amtrak stop the other as a business. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands.
Auburn: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Avon: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Ballardvale: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned.
Barrowsville: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
Bedford: Boston & Maine passenger / freight depots here still stand and are being restored. PHOTO
Belmont: The original Boston & Maine passenger station still stands, used at a Lion's Club/MBTA stop. PHOTO
Beverly: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Beverly Farms: Built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, now a candy shop.
Bolton: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Boston: The original New Haven passenger station here still stands, used by Amtrak/MBTA.
Boxford: Built by the B&M, privately owned. Also, the former B&M freight depot here still stands, privately owned.
Bradford: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Bridgewater: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Brighton Center: The original B&A passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Buzzards Bay: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used by the Bay Colony and Cape Cod Railroads.
Cambridge: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands.
Canton Junction: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Chatham: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, home of the Chatham Railroad Museum. Also, the former New Haven freight depot here still stands, home of the Chatham Historical Society.
Chelmsford: The original New Haven freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Cheshire: Originally built by the Berkshire Street Railway, used as a municipal building. Also, the former B&A freight and passenger depots here still stand, used as businesses.
Chester: Built by the Boston & Albany, moved across the tracks and now used as a museum. PHOTO
Chicopee Falls: The original Boston & Maine freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Cliftondale: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned.
Clinton: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.  Active Pan Am & CSX trackage. PHOTO
Cohasset: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Concord: Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, highly altered, and used as a business.  Active MBTA tracks.
Dalton: Two former B&A stations here still stand, both used as businesses.
Danvers: The former B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Danvers Junction: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Dover: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
East Brewster: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
East Brookfield: B&A passenger depot burned in 2010.  CSX was to tear the remains down. PHOTO
East Charlemont: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
East Holliston: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
East Longmeadow: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
East Northfield: Original freight depot built by the Central Vermont Railway still stands, vacant.
East Sandwich: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used by the Bay Colony and Cape Cod Railroads.
East Walpole: The original New Haven freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
East Whately: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Easthampton: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Easton: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
Erving: B&M station is now the Boxcar Restaurant.  Recently repaired after fire.  B&M freight depot is an antique shop. Active Pan Am trackage. CONFIRMED
Essex: Former freight depot built by the Boston & Maine Railroad still stands, used as a business.
Falmouth: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as a business.
Franklin: Two former New Haven passenger depots here still stands, used as a businesses.
Franklin Junction: The original New Haven freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Gilbertville: Brick Boston & Albany passenger and freight depots still stand, used as businesses.  Tracks used by Mass Central.  Also a former wooden B&M passenger depot used as a business.  Concrete coal trestle by the covered bridge.
Great Barrington: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as a business.
Grey Gables: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, moved to Bourne and used as a business.
Groton:  Boston & Maine freight depot still stands, used as a business. CONFIRMED
Hadley: The original Boston & Maine freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Hamilton: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, vacant.
Hatfield: The original Boston & Maine freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Haverville: Two former freight depots built by the Boston & Maine Railroad still stand, used as a businesses.
Hingham: Two original New Haven passenger depots here still stand, used as a businesses.
Hinsdale: Originally built by the Boston & Albany Railroad, privately owned.
Holbrook: The original New Haven passenger freight here still stands, privately owned.
Holden: Two B&M passenger depots and a freight station still stand, all used as businesses. CONFIRMED
Holliston: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Holyoke: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot and three freight depots here still stand, all used as a businesses.
Hopedale: The original Grafton & Upton Railroad passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Hopkinton: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a museum.
Housatonic: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as a business. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands, used as a business.  Active Housatonic RR trackage.  PHOTO
Hudson: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Hull: The original New Haven freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Hyannis: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as by the Bay Colony and Cape Cod Railroads.
Hyannis/Yarmouth: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used by the Bay Colony and Cape Cod Railroads.
Kendal Green: Boston & Maine passenger depot still stands.  Active MBTA trackage. PHOTO
Kingston: Two original New Haven passenger depots and a freight depot here still stand, used as a businesses.
Lake Pleasant: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Lakeville: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Lancaster: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Lawerence: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Lee: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as a business. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Leominster: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Lenox:  New Haven Railroad station used as Berkshire Scenic railroad museum. PHOTO
Lexington: Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a museum.  Still has train shed.
Littleton: Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a stove restoration company. PHOTO
Longmeadow: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a municipal building.
Lowell: Two former Boston & Maine passenger depots here still stand.
Lynn Common: Original freight depot built by the Boston & Maine Railroad still stands, used as a business.
Malden: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Manchester: Original freight depot built by the Boston & Maine Railroad still stands, used as a business.
Maple Grove: The former B&A freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Marlborough: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Marion: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Mattapan: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
Medford: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Methuen: Boston & Maine Railroad station / freight depot here still stand, vacant.  PHOTO
Middleboro: The original New Haven freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Middleton: Three former Boston & Maine depots here still stand.
Milford: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Millis: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a municipal building.
Monson: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Montague: Originally built by the Central Vermont Railway.
Monument Beach: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
Nantasket Beach: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Nantasket Junction: The original New Haven freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Natick: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Needham Center: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Needham Junction: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
New Lenox: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
New Salem: Originally built by the Boston & Albany Railroad, used as a business.
Newton Centre: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Newton Highlands: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands.
Newton Upper Falls: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a museum.
North Abington: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
North Adams: The former B&A freight depot here still stands. This must be where the visitor center is.
North Amherst: The original CV freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
North Andover: One former passenger station and two freight depots of the B&M still stand, all used as businesses.
North Attleboro: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
North Billerica: Boston & Maine passenger depot used as MBTA stop. PHOTO
North Brookfield: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
North Easton: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as a museum.
North Framingham: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
North Grafton: The original Grafton & Upton Railroad passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
North Hanson: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
North Hatfield: The original Boston & Maine passenger and freight depots here still stand.
North Reading: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
North Scituate: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
North Somerville: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Northfield: Originally built by the Central Vermont Railway, privately owned.
Northampton: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Norton: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, vacant.
Norwood Central: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Onset (Originally Onset Bay): The passenger depot built by an NYNH&H predecessor here still stands, used as a business.
Otto River: The original B&M freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Palmer: Boston & Albany/CV station & former CV freight depot still stand.  Now the "Steaming Tender". PHOTO
Pepperell: Boston & Maine passenger depot is used as a business.  Addition added to left side. CONFIRMED
Pilgrim Heights: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
Pittsfield: Pittsfield Union Station (New York Central/New Haven) is used as an Amtrak stop.
Pleasant Lake: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as a business.
Pride's Crossing: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Provincetown: The former NYNH&H freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Reading: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Renfrew: Originally built by the Boston & Albany Railroad, used as a business.
Rockland: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Rockport: B&M freight depot still stands by MBTA layover yard. PHOTO
Rosemont: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Salem: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Salisbury Point: Built by the Eastern RR in 1870's.  Restored and moved to Amesbury MA. CONFIRMED
Saundersville: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Sharon: Two original New Haven passenger depots here still stand, used as MBTA station stops.
Saugus: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Shawsheen: Boston & Maine station still stands, possibly vacant.  Active MBTA/Pan Am trackage. CONFIRMED
Shelburne Falls: Boston & Maine Railroad freight house is a trolley museum  PHOTO
Sheffield: Built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned. Also, the former NYNH&H freight depot still stands, used as a business.
Sherborn: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Shirley: Replacement MBTA passenger shelter, built in B&M style. PHOTO
Silver Hill: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
South Athol: Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, privately owned and used as a residence.
South Deerfield: Original freight depot built by the Boston & Maine Railroad still stands, used as a business.
South Essex: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned.
South Framingham: Boston & Albany passenger depot still stands, used as a business. CONFIRMED
South Hanson: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
South Lancaster: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
South Lawrence: Original freight depot built by the Boston & Maine Railroad still stands.
South Lee: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as a business.
South Sudbury: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
South Truro: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
South Walpole: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a municipal building.
South Weymouth: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Southbridge: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a municipal building.
Southville: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Spencer: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Springfield: Originally built by the Boston & Albany, used as a station stop.
Sterling Center: The original New Haven freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Sterling Junction: The original B&M freight depot here still stands.
Stockbridge: Originally built by the Berkshire Street Railway, privately owned. Also, the former New Haven Railroad passenger depot here still stands, privately owned. PHOTO
Stoneham: Two former Boston & Maine passenger depots here still stand.
Stoughton: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a MBTA station.
Sudbury: The original New Haven passenger and freight depots here still stand, privately owned.
Swampscott: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, used as a business.
Taunton: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as a business.
Tewksbury: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Topsfield: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned. Also, a former B&M freight depot here still stands, privately owned.
Touisset: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, privately owned.
Townsend: The original Boston & Maine passenger and freight depots here still stand.
Uxbridge: The original New Haven passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as a businesses.
Wakefield: The original Boston & Maine passenger and freight depots here still stand, used as a businesses.
Wakefield Centre: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Walpole: New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as an MBTA station stop.
Waltham Highlands: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Ware: The original B&A freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
Warren: Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands along with two freight depots, all used as businesses.
Wayland: Boston & Maine passenger and freight depots still stand along the old Central Mass.  Station is a gift shop.  PHOTO
Webster: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Wellesley: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Wellesley Farms: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands.
Wellesley Hills: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
West Andover: Originally built by the Boston & Maine Railroad, privately owned.
West Barnstable: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used by the Bay Colony and Cape Cod Railroads.
West Berlin: New Haven passenger depot used as a business along the Agriculture Branch (CSX). CONFIRMED
West Boylston: The original New Haven freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
West Brookfield: Two original Boston & Albany passenger depots here still stand along with a freight depot.
West Chelmsford: Boston & Maine freight depot here still stands, vacant, owned by Guilford/PanAm RR. PHOTO
West Concord: Old Colony/B&M passenger depot used as a business on MBTA trackage. Recently restored PHOTO
West Newton: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
West Springfield: The original Boston & Albany freight depot here still stands, used as a business.
West Stockbridge: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad, used as a business.
Westborough: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Westfield: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business. Also, the former New Haven freight depot here still stands.
Westford: Boston & Maine passenger station has been moved and is a private residence
Weston: Central Mass/Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, privately owned. PHOTO
Whately: The original freight and passenger depots built by the Boston & Maine Railroad still stand, used as a businesses.
Whitinsville: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Wilkinsonville: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
Williamsburg: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Williamstown: Originally built by the Boston & Albany Railroad, used as a business. Also, two former B&A freight depots here still stand, one vacant and the other used as a business.
Wilmington: Two former Boston & Maine passenger depots and a freight depot here still stand.
Winchendon: The original B&M passenger depot here still stands, vacant.
Winchester: The original Boston & Maine passenger and freight depots here still stand.
Woburn: The original Boston & Maine passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Woodland: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Worcester: The original Boston & Albany passenger depot here still stands, used as a business.
Wrentham: The original New Haven passenger depot here still stands, privately owned.
RHODE ISLAND RAILROAD STATIONS:
East Providence: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad (NYNH&H), used as a business.
Greene: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad (NYNH&H), used as a business.
Kingston: Two former New Haven Railroad (NYNH&H) passenger stations here still stand, one used as an Amtrak stop.
Narragansett Pier: Built by the Narragansett Pier Railroad; one in Peace Dale & one in Narragansett. Both believed to be  used as businesses
Pawtucket-Central Falls: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad (NYNH&H), vacant.
Peace Dale: Originally built by the NPRR, used as a business.
Providence: New MBTA/AMTK station
Warwick: MBTA stop under construction (2009)
Westerly: Originally built by the New Haven Railroad (NYNH&H), used as an Amtrak stop.
Woonsocket: Originally built by the Providence & Worcester, used as offices.
This is a list of railroad stations supposedly still standing in New England.  When I came across this list, I found many errors.  I am trying to correct as many of those errors as possible over time, so please don't assume every station status is correct.  Feel free to CONTACT ME if you can confirm a station's status.  THANKS to those who have helped already!
This page was last updated on: July 24, 2012
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