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Our Big Day

The ceremony and reception will be held at Station 67.

4:30PM - Ceremony Begins
5:00PM - Cocktail Hour
6:00PM - Reception

Station 67
379 West Broad St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 882-7323

Station 67 is one of the last remaining original stations in Central Ohio. Over the years, the depot served as a major transportation terminal. Recruits boarded trains here with the onset of World War I, and veterans returned from war to victory parades. Similarly, Ohio State University football teams boarded trains here for their away games.
By 1900, the Toledo and Ohio Central Railway was purchased by Hocking Valley Railroad. In 1911, the tracks were elevated above Broad Street. During the construction of the elevated tracks, a fire burned the roof off the depot. Ohio's worst weather disaster, the flood of 1913 brought the Scioto River up five feet. Water flooded the Toledo & Ohio Central Railway Station (Station 67) Grand Lobby. Today, a small brass plaque on the side of the balcony staircase shows the highwater mark.
In addition to flood damage, major fires in 1910 and 1975 also required restoration of the building. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The New York Central Railroad took control of the station around 1920 and used the location for passenger travel until Union Station took over the service in 1930. At that time, the station became the headquarters for the Central Ohio Volunteers of America and the organization remained there until 2003.
The station is now the home of Columbus Professional Fire Fighter's Union, IAFF Local 67. The Local 67 have taken a specific interest in historical restoration and upkeep of the 115-year-old Columbus landmark, making it the fabulous host of many Columbus weddings and events.