Hamlin, TX

The Hamlin depot started life as a Kansas City Mexico & Orient standard 24x48 depot. In 1959, it became one of only a few Orient structures Santa Fe opted to rebuild with asbestos siding (McCamey and Maryneal, TX were other examples). In the process, the depot lost its pointed bay window. R.J. McKay photographed the structure in 1987.

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