Trains and Trolleys (1909) – Page

In the early 1900s, Wallington hosted both a train station and a trolley station. Many local Wayne County residents would utilize both means of transportation via Wallington to get to their final destination as it was an easy walk between the two stations.


Wallington Train Station in the early 1900s. Photo courtesy of the Wayne Nygenweb

The train Depot many years later. Photo courtesy of Dick Palmer.

Wallington was the first station south of Sodus Point on the Pennsylvania RR line, and the station between Sodus and Alton on the R.W. & O. Wallington is in the Town of Sodus, north of Sodus Centre, and very open country today.

Wallington Trolley Station in 1909. Photo courtesy of Richard Palmer

The Rochester and Sodus Bay Railroad ran a series of trolleys between Rochester and Sodus Bay between 1900 and 1929. The Wallington Station was a major stop between Sodus and Sodus Point.

The Wallington Trolley Station building still exists in 2017 but now days it is a privately owned garage on the corner of Old Ridge Road and Geneva Road in Wallington. Photo courtesy of Edith Farrington

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