Lo and behold at that spot there are now these piles of old concrete
and brick, likely disturbed as part of recent nearby construction.
The worn path is the circa 1870 alignment.
These dregs weaken my Best Guess station location described above,
but a problem with this spot is the grading slopes steeply on either
side, meaning it is questionable if there was sufficient room here
for a station and the three tracks seen in the 1892 photo. This
rubble may instead represent cleanup of trackside remnants of DS Tower
that had stood about 500 feet off photo right.
I also spotted a broken porcelain insulator, my first such find.
While it does not reveal anything about the station, it does suggest
a railroad's telegraph wires had been nearby. Porcelain was a popular
type during the mid/late 1800s when the line was built but soon gave
way to the prosaic glass insulator.