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The stations below have been reported as possibly still standing. Before adding them to the station list, I'd like to get confirmation. Please let me know if a station on this list is still around or gone. E-Mail me if you can help. Thanks.

Railroad City County Notes
- Willow Dutchess -
Albany Southern (trolley) Niverville Columbia Moved 3 miles to Knickerbocker Lake (a boy's camp way back when).
Boston & Albany Canaan Columbia Disassembled in the 1960s, moved and reassembled. Passenger, stone, private.
Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Le Roy Genesee Small wood frame building (green two family house) on street next to current brick depot. Was this the first depot?
Delaware & Hudson Nineveh Broome Moved along track, now a house with addition.
Lehigh Valley Fair Haven Cayuga Photo of abandoned station in Archer's book looks like building still at Park.
Lehigh Valley Ira Station Rd (north of Cato) Cayuga Freight house on siding?
Lehigh Valley Throop Cayuga House. Very changed. Right on old right-of-way.
New York Central Harriet (Tonawanda) Erie 1/4 mile east of River Rd. Behind auto wrecking yard. Large, wood frame freight house.
New York Central Maxwell Station Livingston It's white and on the Callan Farm on north side Cameron Road, about 1/2 mile west of Maxwell Station Road. Look to the rear of the house.
New York Central Oaks Corners Ontario House on Old Pre-emption Rd.
Rochester & Eastern (interurban) Victor Ontario Moved from Vistor to Willis Hill Rd., west of town.
Rochester, Locport & Buffalo (interurban) Gasport Niagara House on State St.