John and I have visited Sylvania many times over the years but never explored the village itself. It does have a bit of history. Consequently, Thursday morning we stopped to visit its small historical village. In this historical village older buildings of the area have been relocated, as an old log cabin and a depot station. The station, pictured below, served Sylvania for 58 years (1858-1956). Sylvania was chosen as a railroad stop because of its abundant water supply.