Part of Ohio's Rail History
This unique and distinctive 2-story stick-built style depot was built in 1887. It was built on the lines of the Ohio and Indiana Railroad, then the Pennsylvania Railroad. One of the few surviving 19th century Pennsylvania passenger stations in Ohio. In 1905, a rail speed record of more than126 mph was set near here. A caboose sits on the grounds near the Ada Depot. Contact the Ada Village Office for more information.