Description Almost lost to the dust of history, save for some precious memories and vintage photos, are the Erie railroad depots of Hawley, Pennsylvania, USA, as well as most of the train stations of the old Erie Railway line.Hawley once boasted two railroad stations. The East Depot was located in the Eddy section alongside the tracks on the east side of Welwood Avenue, across the tracks from the start of Paupack Street. Today the area is full of high grass. Next to it is a large apartment house that once served as a hotel for railroad passengers. There was a grocery market on the first floor.West Depot was located close to where the rail car is exhibited today, outside the Hawley Public Library, just off Route 6 Main Avenue.The depot in the Eddy Section, off Welwood Avenue, was known simply as the Hawley station but was closed many years before the West Hawley depot.This is a photograph of the Welwood Avenue 'Hawley Station', now serving as a tourist exhibit of times long forgotten.
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