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Don's Rail Photos
Fort Scott was the first major station into Kansas.
Parsons was the hub of the Katy where lines went in five directions.
Bartlesville had a Union Station which also served the Santa Fe.
McAlester had a Union Station where the Katy crossed the Rock Island line from Memphis to Tucumcari.
Carrollton Union Depot was built in 1924 after an older station burned and was owned by MKT. It also served the St Louis South-Western and it also served for the Texas Interurban Ry between Septemer 1924 and 1931. It was taken over by Dallas Garland & NorthEastern. It was moved east of the crossing and restored in 2008.
Greenville is northeast of Dallas and was the point where the Mineola branch separated. The station is now the Greenville Railroad Museum.
LaGrange was on the Houston-San Antonio line.
San Antonio had this beautiful terminal, but, alas, it is no more.
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