Marion Train Station
This station was built to serve passengers along the Pennsylvania Railroad by John C. Horsey who named the station after his daughter Marion. With increased use, the name "Marion Station" stuck and soon the community became known as Marion. At the time, Marion was the largest strawberry producing area in the world. Several nearby historic buildings have also been restored
The train station in 2013
Backstory and Context
Marion Station is located among many restored buildings including a hardware store, movie house, grocery store, Blacksmith shop, pharmacy, and school.
Basic Information: http://www.lowershore.net/towns/marion.htm Railroad Museum: http://www.trainweb.com/marionstation/