Discussion in 'The Real Thing- North America' started by who_dat73, Jul 8, 2008.
Here's Perkinsville, Arizona. Population: zip, Location: along the Verde Valley canyon.
This is the Former C.N.W. Depot that sat at the end of the line in Currie MN it is now part of the End O The Line RR park in town the Rails dont run there anymore but they have preserved the turntable and alot of other buildings and is a very nice little museum spot if you want look it up on the web and if in the area give them a visit:thumb:
Former Great Northern depot in Sioux Falls SD now owned by the BNSF
Rock Island Depot Pipestone MN its now used for storage by some travel agency type thing
Former Omaha Road/CNW depot in Luverne Mn now occupied by the Minnesota Southern short line
I kinda fudged the rules on this one but its my thread so I can do what I whant :mrgreen:the top is a post card I saw on the net and went down and tryed to get a then and now effect of the depot
Its the Omaha road/ CNW depot Worthington Mn
The depot was originally in Wirock, MN not sure what Road it was for but it is now located in the Nobles County Pioneer Village Worthington Mn
Millawkie Road depot Fulda Mn now a antique/Museum huge building as the depot master and family lived in the upper half of the depot
Here's some from the SP in California
first the depot at Tehachapi, CA, photo taken in 1968
then the depot at Lone Pine, photo from 1971
lastly the SPng depot at Laws, 1987
Here's my contribution:mrgreen: , the East Union station, at the IRM in Union Ill.
Union Pacific depot in Salt Lake City, Ut.
Platform at the Union Station in Ogden, Ut.
The Rio Grande depot in Salt Lake City, Ut.
White Pass & Yukon Route depot in Skagway, AK.
Who knew the BNSF was that old?
Nice idea for a thread.
I see a lot of kitbashing and scratchbuilding potential.
In real sad shape.
Torrington CT. Ex New Haven Railroad.
Taken yesterday in Essex Ct.
Ex: Hartford and Connecticut Valley RR, then New Haven RR.
This is actually Essex's original freight depot. The original passenger depot has been gone for decades.
Portland Oregon...a magnificent station at the end of my Empire Builder trip.
Wow you all are posting some great photos thanks for keeping this going I am loving it !!!!!
I didn't take these pictures, but AHIP (Age Has It's Privileges). I'm not breaking the rules that WHO DAT73 made, just bending them a whole lot.
I came across these pics of the Grand Canyon Depot, built over a 100 years ago of logs, and still in use.
There are some great photo's here.
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