One of the Eastern Shores best kept old stations. The station is no longer used as a train station, but the town of Hebron has made sure the building has been kept in excellent condition and the building has been restored.
In 1931, a plan to build a new draw bridge across the Nanticoke River as ordered by the War Department could not be done due to a lack of funding. As a result, train stations in Rhodesdale, Reid’s Grove, Vienna, Mardela Springs, Hebron and Rockawalking (sic) faced uncertain futures. The article makes mention of bus routes and roads along the plan of the train lines that were now available for travel between those towns.