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Pagoda wood station - best example is Vestal in Broome County although the roof is not original. Painted Post in Steuben county has been restored but I do not think it has "standard DL&W" colors. Very few pagoda stations remain as they date back to the 19th century, and the ones that remain have been repainted or are left fading to the elements.
Brick Station - Nichols in Tioga County or Apalachin in Broome County are good examples, I don't think their exterior has changed in the forty years I've been familiar with them. I remember several stations long gone, such as Willawanna (what a curious name for a town), that carried the same colors. Dover NJ is another fine specimen but I can't locate a color pic online, I'm sure Henry6 knows where the NJ examples are.
Many abandoned stations with new owners have been repainted with non-DL&W colors, but these examples are authentic to the best of my knowledge.