the DLW/LNE Augusta Passenger Station
presented here are based on photographic evidence, Sanborn and ICC
Valuation Map information. This station only survived into the 1930's,
so I've drawn the it as it might appear about 1910.
The roof on this
building was probably slate, the siding either novelty siding or clapboard
with about 5" reveal. The station was probably red with green
trim until about 1915, at which time it could have taken on the DLW
colors of light gray with dark green trim.
See my Station
information page for Augusta
for historical notes.
If you see
anything amiss in my drawings, please speak
up. I strive to make these as accurate as possible.
photographs or scans of photographs of this or any other Sussex County,
New Jersey railroad station are always welcome.