Marceline, MO

The stately depot and office building at Marceline was built in 1913. It once housed the Missouri Division offices, and continued to serve crews until Marceline was abolished as a crew change point in 1989. It was an unstaffed stop on Amtrak's Southwest Chief until May 1997. The station now belongs to the city, which plans to restore it to its original condition. The photo was taken on the 4th of July, 1999 by Sam Bailey, a BNSF engineer who worked out of Marceline from 1973 until 1987.

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