Kent, Barry & Eaton Connecting Railroad, with a state subsidy. State money ran out and the rails were removed in the 1980's.
Freight and storage facilities occupied the rear, larger, portion of the building. The front hall is divided into two smaller rooms. One served as the passenger waiting room. The other part served the agent's and telegrapher's office. The depot, still in its original location, is used for storage by the lumber yard across the street.
-- Excerpts taken from Louis Van Winkle’s web site