DT&I Depot Museum & Headquaters

The DT&I Dept Museum serves as headquarters for the Heritage Commission

The depot on west Mound St. in South Charleston, Ohio, was erected in 1878-79 as a passenger and freight station for the Springfield, Jackson & Pomeroy Railroad. The railroad reorganized as The Detroit, Toledo & Ironton in 1905. It was sold in 1985 to The Grand Trunk line, but was run for only two more years until it was shut down. The Depot was sold to the Heritage Commission Corp. for $1.00 and has been converted to a museum and historical society headquarters.