Still looking like a former railroad station, the Lehigh & New England depot at Danielsville, Pennsylvania is seen here with the break in the Blue Mountain known as Little Gap in the background. At the time of this 1986 view, the building was serving as a small engine repair shop. Looking at Google Earth, as of 2017, the roof overhang has been cut back, the entire building has been covered in beige stucco and board-and-batten siding with white trim, and it looks more like a residence than a railroad station. The station is now user for a purpose never envisioned by its builders – a hair and nail salon. The loading platform at the back of the building can still be seen.