There were two Englewoods (at least) on the Santa Fe system. One was at the end of a branchline in Kansas, and the other was nearly at the end of Santa Fe's Denver District in a southern suburb of Denver, CO. This unique stucco-on-frame depot was erected at Englewood, CO in 1915. The only other depot known to have been of a similar style was built at Glorieta, NM nearly a dozen years later. Englewood stood boarded up next to the main line for years before the community finally saved it in the late 1990's. The depot was moved to a nearby park and restored. When it was retired, the depot had been white with turquoise trim, but earlier photos show the depot in a tan and red scheme, which the city reapplied.
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