Here's the Kingfield Station in Kingfield, Maine on the Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes RR as it looked in 1962. The building looked abandoned. I walked around it and there was no signs of life.
On the rear side there's a loading or freight door with a log bumper. It was probably added after the railroad closed in the 1930's.
Pardon the cheap camera with an awful lens and Anscochrome film.
From the map you can see that the train, at one time, ran through the station. This practice didn't last very long. Too many stations burned down.
The map is reproduced from the Two-Foot Cyclopedia, Volume One, Kingfield, Maine by William H. Jensen, Jr. from my collection.
I have photos of the engine house, somewhere. It was still standing in 1962 and used by an auto dealer to store cars.