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[Early railroad station in Marfa, Texas]

Description: Photograph of one of the first railway stations in the Big Bend area. It is a long, one-story wooden structure with a two-story section on the far left. A carriage is parked outside the building. The image accompanied a written speech, with the caption: "The chief engineer gave the honor of naming the newly-created water stop to his wife, who was reading a Russian novel. She named the stop, Marfa, after the book's heroine. In 1882, Presidio County also contained the present counties of Jeff Davis and Brewster as well as Presidio" (p. 6).
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Train Station]

Description: Photograph of a building, possibly a train station, in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. A railroad can be seen in the lower left of the image, and a mountainside makes up the background. The picture may have been taken during the 1950's.
Date: [1950..1959]
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Station Indicator.

Description: Patent for a new and improved train station indicator. This design calls for two drums or rollers around which a banner with the different train station names and phrases written sequentially. A hand crank turns the drums, moving the banner to the desired name or phrase, as well as ringing a bell to alert passengers.
Date: December 26, 1882
Creator: Holloman, Harvey A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Train Depot in Hallsville, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a barn in an open field, repurposed as a train station near Hallsville, Texas. The building is a wooden structure painted red with white trim with a tall, gabled roof. Handwritten text below the image says "T&P Hallsville, Station as seen Apr 28th 1982 incorpored [sic] into a barn on a nearby farm."
Date: April 28, 1982
Creator: Watson, Don
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Front of Ginocchio Hotel]

Description: Photograph of the south and east sides of the Ginocchio Hotel taken from the corner of Ginocchio Street and N. Washington Avenue. The building is a long, two-story building with a third-floor attic space, with a sidewalk cover along the length of the front. A part of the Marshall train station is visible behind the hotel on the right side of the photo. Handwritten text below the image says "The Ginocchio Hotel - showing barber shop and other little businesses along the parking lot side of the hotel."
Date: 1981~
Creator: Watson, Don
Location Info:
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Lunch Counter and Window at Ginocchio Hotel]

Description: Photograph of a portion of the lunch counter in a dining room at the Ginocchio Hotel, including a display case on top of the counter and several wooden stools lined up across one side of the counter. On the first side of the image, a portion of a parking lot and the Marshall train station are visible through a large window. Handwritten text below the image says, "The Ginocchio Hotel - Lunchroom patrons could still keep one eye on their train as the T&P Marshall Station was easily viewed through the window."
Date: 1981~
Creator: Watson, Don
Location Info:
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Depot in Whitesboro, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a train depot for the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad in Whitesboro, Texas. The building is a long, single-story stone or brick building; the center portion of the building includes several taller portions including a round tower roof. Text in the upper-left corner says, "MK&T Depot 1960 Whitesboro, Texas."
Date: 1960
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Depot in Sweetwater, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a train depot for the Texas & Pacific Railway in Sweetwater, Texas, viewed from a road. The building is a long, single-story brick building; there is a small tower in the center that has a bay window and a conical roof. Text in the upper-right corner says, "T&P Depot 1908 Sweetwater, Texas."
Date: 1908
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Men Outside Paris Train Station]

Description: Photograph of seven men posing together next to railroad tracks, outside a large brick train station. They are standing in two rows, with four men standing in the back and three men squatting in the front. A handwritten note below the photo says "Paris, Texas 1928 or 1929 (L-R) Buck Wright - Chief Clerk; Carl Haley - Clerk; Scottie - Warehouse Foreman (W. M. Scott); Frank Lytton - Cashier; Billy Bridges - Clerk; Charlie (Plug) Lewis - Porter; - others not known."
Date: [1928, 1929]
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Depot in Ranger, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a train station in Ranger, Texas, viewed from the train tracks. The station is a long, single-story brick building; a three-story brick building is visible behind the station, to the right. Handwritten text below the image says, "T&P Station at Ranger, Texas Apr 26th 1982 (looking west)."
Date: April 26, 1982
Creator: Watson, Don
Location Info:
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Depot in El Paso, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a row of horse-drawn carriages and a train car in front of a train station in El Paso, Texas. It is a two-story brick building with a taller, square tower on the right corner. Handwritten text under the image says, "T&P Station El Paso, Texas."
Date: unknown
Location Info:
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Depot in Marshall, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the train station in Marshall, Texas, taken from the northwest corner. It is a two-story brick building with a wrap-around patio that has brick columns. The building also has quoins and other decorative stonework in white stone. Text below the photo says, "Marshall, Texas May 1975 (Northwest Corner)."
Date: May 1975
Creator: Vollrath, H. K.
Location Info:
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Freight Station in Cisco, Texas]

Description: Two photographs of a freight station building in Eastland County, Texas. The first photograph shows the north and east sides of the building, which is a narrow, single-story building with a tall gabled roof and extended eaves with brackets. The second image shows the same angle from farther east, at the corner of W. 3rd Street and Conrad Hilton Ave.; part of another building and parked cars are visible in front of the station. Handwritten text below the images says, "T&P Eastland Texas Freight Station at Eastland, Texas Apr 26th 1982."
Date: April 26, 1982
Creator: Watson, Don
Location Info:
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Depot and Town of Ranger, Texas]

Description: Two photographs taken in Ranger, Texas; the top image is of the train station, viewed from the train tracks. The station is a long, single-story brick building; a three-story brick building is visible behind the station, to the right. The lower image shows a main street in Ranger with various buildings and strorefronts lining either side of the street and several cars on the road. Handwritten text below the image says, "Top Photo - T&P Station at Ranger, Texas Apr 26th 1982 (looking west). Bottom Photo - Town of Ranger (looking north from east end of station)."
Date: April 26, 1982
Creator: Watson, Don
Location Info:
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Depot in Fort Worth, Texas]

Description: Postcard showing one side of the train station in Fort Worth, Texas, with horse-drawn carriages lined up in front of it. The station is a tall brick and stone building with multiple decorative points, and a tall clock town on the left corner. Text in the upper-right corner says 'Texas and Pacific Passenger Station, Fort Worth, Texas."
Date: unknown
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Grand Central Station in Chicago]

Description: Grand Central Station, Chicago was opened on December 8, 1890. Baltimore and Ohio's passenger service into and out of this terminal was inaugurated in Dec 1, 1891. Sign on the side of the building says, " C & O, B & O Want Passengers? You bet! only $22.15 to Washington - Free movies - Try us - WA.2-2211".
Date: 1960~
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

[Photograph Union Terminal with Fountain in Front]

Description: Photograph of the front of the Dallas Union Station - a large, white stone, five-story building with three pairs of columns from the second floor to the fourth. There are four cars parked on the street (parallel to the station) in front of the building and one car driving by. There are several people walking in front of the left side of the building, and an adult and a child standing in front of the wide fountain on the closest side of the street. Two trees stand in front of the building, and a small shrub sits in front of the fountain. There are notes on the back of the photo.
Date: September 9, 1937
Location Info:
Partner: Private Collection of Mary Newton Maxwell

[Train Depot in Coahoma, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a train depot for the Texas & Pacific Railway in Coahoma, Texas. A family is seated on the stairs outside the building and railroad tracks are visible in the foreground. Text in the upper-right corner says, "T&P Depot 1907 Coahoma, Texas."
Date: 1907
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Train Depot in Natchitoches, Louisiana]

Description: Photograph of a Texas & Pacific Railway depot in Natchitoches, Louisiana, viewed from the train tracks. The building is a single-story brick building with a second story in the center with several towers and decorative brick work along the roofline. Text in the upper-right corner says "T&P Depot 1977 Nachitoches, LA."
Date: 1977
Partner: The Grace Museum