While all of this is now gone, here is a map that helps you see what once was at Adrian. Note the map has a 1910 date and says Douglas County, even though Adrian became part of Grant County in 1909.
You can see this was a busy place back then. What is left today? The two tracks coming in from the left, and then the two tracks just north of them. There is no crossover between the main and siding to the east of the depot. Nor is there a depot, or any other structure. This map does not show the wye track that used to be there, on the southwest side of the map. You can visit Adrian today and see the turntable pit, and the water tank footings, plus some large pieces of concrete.
Center point of the turntable pit:
Where the water tower once stood:
Location of interchange track:
Large bridge concrete footings with people in Crab Creek for perspective:
Small bridge location over Crab Creek along interchange track:
Special thanks to Aaron Schwarz for the map.