Denver Rails -The Railroads of Denver and the West
DENVER RAILS HOME | RAILROAD ATTRACTIONS HOME | USA MAP | SEARCH
161 MISSOURI ATTRACTIONS FOUND
1


ALBANY CB&Q DEPOT
ALBANY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ALBANY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ALBANY CB&Q DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI RAILROAD DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former CB&Q depot was abandoned and tracks have been removed in 1985. The Gentry County Historical Society raised money for restoration and revitalization of the depot building and adjacent properties, which now are part of the Historical Society's museum displays. in 2009 the Historical Society purchased and refurbished a caboose car, now on display.
 Added 06/02/2004
Updated 02/16/2019
(2)
2


ANDERSON DEPOT
ANDERSON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Anderson, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ANDERSON DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The former KCS depot is now restored to serve as City Hall.
 Added 06/10/2004
3


APPLETON CITY DEPOT
APPLETON CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Appleton City, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Web Site APPLETON CITY DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
MKT depot has been restored along with a MKT caboose on display.
 Added 06/12/2004
(1)
4


ARMOUR DEPOT
ARMOUR, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Armour, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ARMOUR DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The CB&Q depot in Armour survives but could use some TLC.
 Added 06/13/2004
Updated 06/14/2004
5


MKT SILICA SILO ON THE KATY TRAIL
4600 S MISSOURI 94
AUGUSTA, MISSOURI -USA
Location: AUGUSTA, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD RELATED SITE
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
Web Site MKT SILICA SILO ON THE KATY TRAIL HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
A former silica sand quarry now a county park is at the top of the bluff. This silo was used for lading silica sand on to rail cars. The MKT rail is gone and is used as a 225 plus mile rails to trails state park. You can get to the base of the silo on the KATY trail and see the top from the park. silo is at N 38° 34.671 W 090° 50.475 on the trail.
 Added 10/11/2019
(3)
6


AURORA DEPOT
AURORA, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Aurora, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site AURORA DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Missouri Pacific depot in Aurora still stands.
 Added 06/19/2004
7


BARING DEPOT
BARING, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Baring, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BARING DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
ATSF depot in Baring has been well taken care of.
 Added 06/20/2004
8


BARNARD DEPOT
BARNARD, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Barnard, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BARNARD DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The old CB&Q depot is now a history museum.
 Added 07/06/2004
(1)
9


BARRETS DEPOT
BARRETS, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Barrets, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BARRETS DEPOT INFO FROM JACK FORBES
Comments/Directions:
The former Missouri Pacific depot is now used as a museum wood shop.
 Added 07/13/2004
10


BELTON, GRANDVIEW & KANSAS CITY RAILROAD COMPANY
502 WALNUT ST.
BELTON, MISSOURI 64012-2615 -
Location: LOCATED AT COMMERCIAL & WALNUT STREETS
Phone: 816-331-0630
Description:
  • DIESEL EXCURSIONS STANDARD GAUGE
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
  • RAIL PASSENGER SERVICE
  • LOCOMOTIVE(S) ON DISPLAY
  • CAB RIDES DIESEL STANDARD GAUGE
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Web Site BELTON, GRANDVIEW & KANSAS CITY RAILROAD COMPANY HOMEPAGE
Related Webs: THE RAILROADS OF CLINTON AND HENRY COUNTY, MISSOURI WEB PAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
Trains operate every Saturday and Sunday at 2:00pm with tickets going on sale at 1:00 pm. June, July and August there is also a 11am train on Satruday. The round-trip is approximately 40 minutes. See web site for current fairs and other information. History: Formed in 1964 to preserve the history of Mid Western railroads. Moved to Belton, Missouri in 1990 to open an all volunteer, demonstration railroad on a portion of the old Frisco (StSLF) railroad in Cass County, Missouri.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 03/30/2007
(7)
11


BETHANY CB&Q DEPOT
BETHANY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Bethany, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BETHANY CB&Q DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The CB&Q depot has been spared and is now a feed store.
 Added 07/16/2004
12


BIRCH TREE DEPOT
BIRCH TREE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Birch Tree, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BIRCH TREE DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The Frisco depot in Birch Tree still survives but for how long?
 Added 07/17/2004
13


BISMARCK DEPOT
BISMARCK, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Bismarck, Depot
Phone: 573-734-6545
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BISMARCK DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Related Webs: BISMARCK DEPOT PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
Comments/Directions:
The Missouri Pacific depot in Bismarck is being prepared to house a new museum.
 Added 07/22/2004
14


BISSEL HILL DEPOT (PRIVATE)
BISSEL HILL, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Bissel Hill
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BISSEL HILL DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The depot in Bissel Hill is now a private residence next to the still active line.
 Added 07/28/2004
15


BLACKWATER UNION PACIFIC
BLACKWATER, MISSOURI -USA
Location: BLACKWATER, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BLACKWATER UNION PACIFIC HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
An exact replica of the 1887 Union Pacific Blackwater Depot.It was a refueling station on the "river Route" connecting Jefferson City to Kansas City.
 Added 08/01/2019
(2)
16


BLUE SPRINGS DEPOT
BLUE SPRINGS, MISSOURI -
Location: BLUE SPRINGS, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BLUE SPRINGS DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The C&A depot has NOT been restored in Blue Springs. This building is not locked, as the doors have been kicked in long ago, which allows one to get a look inside.
 Added 07/28/2004
Updated 03/14/2005
(1)
17


BONNE TERRE DEPOT B&B
651 OAK ST
BONNE TERRE, MISSOURI 63628 -
Location: BONNE TERRE, MO
Phone: 573-358-5311
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BONNE TERRE DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former depot is quaint B&B
 Added 07/29/2004
Updated 07/29/2004
(2)
18


BOONVILLE MKT DEPOT
BOONVILLE, MISSOURI -
Location: BOONVILLE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BOONVILLE MKT DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Related Webs: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Comments/Directions:
The MKT depot in Boonville has been restored. The restored Katy Depot houses the offices of the Boonville Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourist Information Center, plus District offices of the Division of State Parks
 Added 07/29/2004
Updated 08/11/2004
(5)
19


ST. LOUIS AND HANNIBAL DEPOT IN BOWLING GREEN MO
WEST CHAMP CLARK DRIVE
BOWLING GREEN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: BOWLING GREEN, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ST. LOUIS AND HANNIBAL DEPOT IN BOWLING GREEN MO HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
St. Louis and Hannibal Depot in Bowling Green MO has been converted to a home. Once you see it there is no doubt of its roots. All other signs of the railroad have disappeared over time. "St. Louis and Hannibal Railroad was originally incorporated as the St. Louis & Keokuk RR on February 16, 1857. The Civil war and various depressions and recessions prevented its actual construction until 1871. Beginning in its early construction, it was largely financed and (later) owned by John Insley Blair, Blairstown, New Jersey (1802–1899), and Moses Taylor, New York banker (1806–1882). Taylor died in 1882 and his protégé Percy Pyne remained on various boards. The railroad was eventually known as "The Short Line". On February 7, 1884, the St. Louis, Hannibal & Keokuk went into receivership and was sold to Blair on December 8, 1885, for $370,000. At that point it became the St. Louis & Hannibal Railway Co. The Perry Branch was surveyed and graded in the 1870s but was not built until 1891-92. The first train reached Perry July 1892. This was a dual expansion in that track was extended from Oakwood into Hannibal and a brick depot was built at 501 S. Main Street in 1892. This would be the final configuration; Mainline - Hannibal to Gilmore, Missouri, and Branchline - Ralls Jct. (New London, Missouri) to Perry. In 1893 the St. Louis, Hannibal and Kansas City (Perry Branchline original name) merged into the StL&HRy. John Blair died in 1899, at age 97, with an estimated estate of $70–90 million. His son, Dewitt Clinton Blair then assumed control. He died June 3, 1915. In 1917 the St. Louis & Hannibal went into receivership again and was sold to Robert LeRoy on behalf of Blair's grandson, C. Ledyard Blair for $30,000. It then was reorganized into the St. Louis & Hannibal Railroad. Around November 1919, the "Short Line" was sold to John Ringling (of Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus fame) for approximately $325,000. Between 1919 and 1930 he invested a further similar amount in rebuilding efforts. The depression was not kind to the St. Louis & Hannibal and Ringling. So, in 1932 the lower end of the mainline (below Bowling Green to Gilmore) was abandoned to save the rest of the system. John Ringling died December 2, 1936. His nephew John Ringling North assumed ownership of the railroad and circus interests. Only 5 miles of the southern mainline was saved and it became the St. Louis & Troy Railroad running from Troy to Moscow Mills, Missouri, and operated until October 1, 1960. It served local industries and was connected to the Burlington line by a siding at Moscow Mills. The St. Louis & Troy line was owned largely by local businessmen in cooperation with the Ringling family until 1944 when 25 businessmen solidified their ownership by purchasing it outright. Beginning in 1933, the StL&HRR began operating four Mack AD model railbuses to bolster passenger service. It also ran dedicated freight trains as well. It helped for a time but eventually the owners and management abandoned the Perry Branch in 1943. The mainline was abandoned as well in 1944. The company was finally dissolved March 12, 1945. The St. Louis & Troy remained in operation but was finally abandoned February 1, 1961. This was the last remainder of the line which began life in 1857 and construction began in 1871. The railroad was largely not very profitable during its entire life as it served a remote area with small revenues. The building of hard surface roads (US Hwy 61), the ever-expanding Foster Bus Line routes, growing trucking industry and finally the personal automobile spelled its demise. Locally, the Short Line is still fondly remembered for its personal service and the kindness shown by owners, management and crews.[citation needed] Former Hannibal & St. Louis station in Bowling Green, MO. " Wikipedia
 Added 07/29/2019
(1)
20


BRANSON SCENIC RAILWAY
206 EAST MAIN ST.
BRANSON, MISSOURI 65616 -
Location: BRANSON, MISSOURI
Phone: 417-334-6110
2nd Phone: 800-287-2462
Description:
  • DIESEL EXCURSIONS STANDARD GAUGE
Web Site BRANSON SCENIC RAILWAY HOMEPAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
Diesel excursions and dinner train.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 03/31/2005
(11)
21


SILVER DOLLAR CITY
W. HWY 76
BRANSON, MISSOURI 65616 -USA
Location: BRANSON, MISSOURI
Phone: 417-338-2611
Description:
  • STEAM EXCURSIONS NARROW GAUGE (24 IN.)
Web Site SILVER DOLLAR CITY HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Theme park with steam excursions.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 08/20/2013
22


BROOKFIELD DEPOT
BROOKFIELD, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Brookfield, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BROOKFIELD DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former CB&Q depot still stands.
 Added 08/11/2004
23


BUNCETON MOPAC DEPOT
111 E. MAIN ST
BUNCETON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: BUNCETON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Web Site WAYMARKING ENTRY
Comments/Directions:
Former MOPAC Depot replica 111 E. Main St Bunceton Missouri, "Home of Friendly folks". Now a local museum with a caboose on display, MOPAC 3587 type M930 Caboose.
 Added 07/28/2019
(3)
24


BURLINGTON JUNCTION DEPOT
BURLINGTON JUNCTION, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Burlington Junciton, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site BURLINGTON JUNCTION DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The Wabash depot in Burlington Junction is surrounded by trees and weeds but still stands.
 Added 08/16/2004
25


CABOOL DEPOT
CABOOL, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Cabool, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CABOOL DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The Frisco depot in Cabool is used more for storage than anything now but has survived the demolition crew.
 Added 08/16/2004
26


CALLAO DEPOT
CALLAO, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Callao, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CALLAO DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The old CB&Q depot in Callao stands today. Its quaint architecture is a reminder of a more elegant day.
 Added 09/03/2004
27


CAMERON DEPOT
CAMERON, MISSOURI -
Location: CAMERON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CAMERON DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Formar CB&Q depot now houses local history museum.
 Added 05/11/2003
Updated 09/09/2004
(6)
28


CANTON DEPOT
CANTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Canton. MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CANTON DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former CB&Q depot still stands and is used primarily for storage.
 Added 11/06/2002
Updated 09/09/2004
29


CARROLLTON DEPOT
CARROLLTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Carrollton, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CARROLLTON DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Restored Santa Fe Depot.
 Added 09/22/2004
30


CARTHAGE FRISCO DEPOT
CARTHAGE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Carthage, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CARTHAGE FRISCO DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Although smaller than its Missouri Pacific counterpart, the Frisco depot in Carthage was a beautiful stone building that has stood the test of time.
 Added 09/25/2004
31


CARTHAGE MISSOURI PACIFIC DEPOT
CARTHAGE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: CARTHAGE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CARTHAGE DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
It seems like Missouri Pacific depots are fading fast, but the depot in Carthage is still standing. It is in good shape and is used by UP and MNA crews.
 Added 09/25/2004
Updated 07/06/2007
(9)
32


CARUTHERSVILLE DEPOT
CARUTHERSVILLE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Caruthersville, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILROAD RELATED MUSEUM
Web Site CARUTHERSVILLE DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former Frisco depot is local museum.
 Added 10/18/2004
33


HANNIBAL ST. LOUIS SHORTLINE DEPOT
CENTER, MISSOURI -USA
Location: CENTER, MO
Phone: 573-565-2025
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILROAD RELATED MUSEUM
Web Site HANNIBAL ST. LOUIS SHORTLINE DEPOT HOMEPAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
The Hannibal St. Louis depot in Center is being slowly turned into a local history museum.
 Added 08/08/2005
(1)
34


CENTRALIA DEPOT
CENTRALIA, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Centralia, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CENTRALIA DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former Frisco depot is unused.
 Added 10/21/2004
35


CHARLESTON DEPOT
CHARLESTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Charleston, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CHARLESTON DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Large Missouri Pacific depot still stands but needs work.
 Added 10/31/2004
36


CHILLICOTHE DEPOT
CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI -
Location: CHILLICOTHE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CHILLICOTHE DEPOT HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Former depot now used as section house for the CP.
 Added 06/28/2003
Updated 04/01/2005
(7)
37


CLIFTON HILL DEPOT
CLIFTON HILL, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Clifton Hill, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CLIFTON HILL DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former Wabash depot is still standing.
 Added 11/12/2004
38


CLINTON DEPOT
CLINTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Clinton, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site CLINTON DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The former MKT depot in Clinton has been restored.
 Added 11/16/2004
(1)
39


COLUMBIA STAR DINNER TRAIN
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI -USA
Location: COLUMBIA, MO
Phone: 573-874-7325
Description:
  • DIESEL EXCURSIONS STANDARD GAUGE
Comments/Directions:
Dinner trains slated to begin running in August 2010 from Columbia to Centralia with brunch trains on Sunday.
 Added 07/08/2010
Updated 09/15/2011
40


COLUMBIA WABASH DEPOT
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Columbia, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site COLUMBIA WABASH DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Beautiful stone Wabash depot has been preserved.
 Added 11/16/2004
41


CRAIG CB&Q DEPOT
CRAIG, MISSOURI -USA
Location: CRAIG, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
restored CB&Q Depot at Craig Missouri
 Added 09/06/2008
Updated 04/19/2011
(1)
42


MISSOURI PACIFIC CABOOSE
CRANE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: In park next to highway.
Description:
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
Missouri Pacific caboose is on display in town park right off highway.
 Added 07/06/2003
43


DEARBORN DEPOT
DEARBORN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: DEARBORN, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site DEARBORN DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Brick CGW depot in Dearborn still stands.
 Added 11/25/2004
44


MKT FEMME OSAGE CREEK BRIDGE - DEFIANCE
DEFIANCE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: DEFIANCE, MO
Description:
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
  • RAILROAD BRIDGE
Web Site MKT FEMME OSAGE CREEK BRIDGE - DEFIANCE HOMEPAGE
Related Webs:
Comments/Directions:
Former MKT Femme Osage Creek bridge, now part of the KATY Trail. GPS N 38° 39.023 W 090° 45.911 Facts Overview Warren through truss bridge over Femme Osage Creek on KATY Trail, former MKT Railroad Location St. Charles County, Missouri Status Open to pedestrians only Railroad - Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (MKT; Katy) Design Warren through truss Also called MKT - Femme Osage Creek Bridge Approximate latitude, longitude +38.65024, -90.76539 (decimal degrees) 38°39'01" N, 90°45'55" W (degrees°minutes'seconds") Approximate UTM coordinates 15/694459/4280333 (zone/easting/northing) Quadrangle map: Defiance Inventory number BH 63950 (Bridgehunter.com ID)
 Added 10/21/2019
45


DEXTER DEPOT
DEXTER, MISSOURI -USA
Location: DEXTER, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site DEXTER DEPOT HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Beautiful MP depot is still in good shape in Dexter.
 Added 11/25/2004
46


DOWNING DEPOT MUSEUM
DOWNING, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Downing Highway 136 east into town turn on route V follow about 2 blocks.
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILROAD RELATED MUSEUM
Web Site DOWNING DEPOT MUSEUM INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Restored CB&Q depot is now local history museum.
 Added 11/25/2004
47


ELDON DEPOT
ELDON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ELDON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ELDON DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The Eldon depot is a more modern structure of the Rock Island.
 Added 11/28/2004
(1)
48


ELDORADO SPRINGS DEPOT
ELDORADO SPRINGS, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ELDORADO SPRINGS, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ELDORADO SPRINGS DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The former MKT depot in Eldorado Springs is pretty run down but at least it is still standing.
 Added 11/28/2004
49


ETHEL DEPOT
ETHEL, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ETHEL, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ETHEL DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former ATSF depot in Ethel is in pretty good shape.
 Added 12/11/2004
50


SIX FLAGS OVER MID-AMERICA
P.O. BOX 60
EUREKA, MISSOURI 63025 -USA
Location: I-44 and Allentown Road.
Phone: 314-938-5300
Description:
  • STEAM EXCURSIONS STANDARD GAUGE
Web Site SIX FLAGS OVER MID-AMERICA HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Train runs around amusement park.
 Added 10/09/2002
51


FAIRFAX DEPOT
FAIRFAX, MISSOURI -USA
Location: FAIRFAX, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site FAIRFAX DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former CB&Q depot still stands in Fairfax, MO.
 Added 12/11/2004
(1)
52


FARBER DEPOT
FARBER, MISSOURI -USA
Location: FARBER, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site FARBER DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Related Webs: ADDITIONAL INFO
Comments/Directions:
Former Chicago & Alton depot has been nicely preserved.
 Added 12/22/2004
Updated 12/22/2004
(1)
53


FERGUSON DEPOT
FERGUSON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: FERGUSON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Related Webs: INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Wabash depot in Ferguson still stands.
 Added 05/18/2006
54


FESTUS DEPOT
FESTUS, MISSOURI -USA
Location: FESTUS, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site FESTUS DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former Missouri Pacific depot is still standing and used by a dog grooming business.
 Added 12/22/2004
55


FLAT RIVER DEPOT
FLAT RIVER, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Flat River, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site FLAT RIVER DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Restored MR&BT depot is used as police station.
 Added 10/27/2002
Updated 12/26/2004
56


KATY ROUNDHOUSE
FRANKLIN, MISSOURI 65274 -USA
Location: FRANKLIN, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • HISTORICAL LANDMARK
  • RAILROAD MEMORABILIA ON DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD RELATED CAFE/RESTAURANT
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
Web Site
Comments/Directions:
This is advertised as the Katy Roundhouse, but the structure is gone. You can see where the tracks leading into the shed were and most of the turntable is still in place. The old depot is used as a museum and cafeteria. There is camping nearby. This is along the route of the Katy Trail in Missouri.
 Added 11/01/2006
(4)
57


CHICAGO & ALTON RAILWAY DEPOT - FULTON MO
E. WALNUT ST. AND W 1OTH ST
FULTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: FULTON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
The old Chicago & Alton Railway Depot in Fulton MO sits empty slowly decaying.
 Added 08/16/2019
(1)
58


CB&Q DEPOT HANNIBAL MO
SOUTH MAIN ST
HANNIBAL, MISSOURI -USA
Location: HANNIBAL, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
The CB&Q Depot Hannibal MO was modern for its time. I could not establish when it was built. Currently vacant but I was told someone has plans for it.
 Added 07/29/2019
(2)
59


HENRIETTA MISSOURI DEPOT
HENRIETTA, MISSOURI -USA
Location: HENRIETTA , MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Santa Fe depot. Also in town just a few blocks away is the Missouri City depot.
 Added 05/23/2008
(1)
60


MISSOURI CITY DEPOT
HENRIETTA, MISSOURI -USA
Location: HENRIETTA, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MISSOURI CITY DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Missouri City Wabash depot has been moved to Henrietta.
 Added 02/12/2005
(1)
61


1912 RAILROAD BUILDING - HERMANN MO
HERMANN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: HERMANN, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD RELATED SITE
Comments/Directions:
This old building constructed in 1912 is no doubt railroad related given it's location on the right away. It has survived more than few Missouri River floods. GPS N 38° 42.469 W 091° 26.119
 Added 10/25/2019
(1)
62


MO PAC 13538 CABOOSE HERMANN MO
EAST 1ST & GUTENBERG ST
HERMANN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: HERMANN, MO
Description:
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Web Site MO PAC 13538 CABOOSE HERMANN MO HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
MO PAC 13538, removed from service on 11 July 1986 at Sedalia, Mo. Donated to City of Hermann, Mo. Placed at East 1st & Gutenberg St
 Added 10/28/2019
(1)
63


HIGGINSVILLE MISSOURI DEPOT
HIGGENSVILLE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: HIGGENSVILLE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Chicago and Alton Depot, Higgensville Missouri
 Added 05/27/2008
(1)
64


HOLLISTER DEPOT
HOLLISTER, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Hollister, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
Former Missouri Pacific depot is now chamber of commerce. Also MoPac caboose on display.
 Added 07/10/2003
(2)
65


INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI, MISSOURI PACIFIC DEPOT
INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: INDEPENDENCE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Historic Missouri Pacific Depot
 Added 12/18/2008
(4)
66


NATIONAL FRONTIER TRAILS MUSEUM
318 W. PACIFIC AVE
INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: INDEPENDENCE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD RELATED MUSEUM
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Related Webs: INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The Chicage & Alton depot has been relocated and is home to a new museum
 Added 02/15/2006
(3)
67


ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY
505 E. JACKSON BLVD.
JACKSON, MISSOURI 63755 -USA
Location: AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROUTES 61, 72, 25 AND 34.
Phone: 573-243-1688
2nd Phone: 800-455-7245
Description:
  • CAB RIDES DIESEL STANDARD GAUGE
  • DIESEL EXCURSIONS STANDARD GAUGE
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY HOMEPAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
Diesel excursions, caboose and cab rides available.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 12/17/2010
(10)
68


FORMER MISSOURI PACIFIC DEPOT JEFFERSON CITY TRAIN DEPOT
300 E. STATE STREET
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: JEFFERSON CITY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site FORMER MISSOURI PACIFIC DEPOT JEFFERSON CITY TRAIN DEPOT HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
The old Missouri Pacific depot in Jefferson City is currently used by the Union Pacific Railroad as a crew change point. At one time prisoners were brought to this depot to be sent to the nearby infamous Missouri State Prison. If your in the area take a tour of the old prison.
 Added 09/30/2019
(3)
69


JEFFERSON CITY AMTRAK DEPOT
101 N. JEFFERSON ST.
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: JEFFERSON CITY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site JEFFERSON CITY AMTRAK DEPOT HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Jefferson City MO Train Depot serves Amtrak. The station is the former Union Hotel, which was built in 1855. The hotel currently houses the Elizabeth Rozier Gallery with exhibits emphasizing Missouri art and culture. The Lohman's Landing building is next door, the Governor's Mansion is just up the street and the Missouri State Capital is with in walking distance. There is a lot to see in this area. If you area rail fan freight trains also pass through here and would be a good place to watch them pass.
 Added 10/28/2019
(1)
70


COUNTRY CABOOSE (PRIVATE)
1100 N. PROSPERITY AVE.
JOPLIN, MISSOURI 64801 -USA
Location: JOPLIN, MO
Phone: 417-624-3861
Description:
  • RAILROAD MEMORABILIA ON DISPLAY
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD RELATED MUSEUM
Web Site COUNTRY CABOOSE HOMEPAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
Santa Fe Caboose #999456 and New Jersey Central Passenger Car #1034, all restored and used as a wedding chapel and a museum. Railroadiana on display in the passenger car, mostly Santa Fe, including large brass steam locomotive bell, railroad china, tools, tinware, advertising, and more! Many artifacts pictured on the web site. Opened in 1989. ***NEW*** - Get Married in a Caboose! The Santa Fe Caboose is now a WEDDING CHAPEL!!! Located two miles East of Missouri Southern State University on Newman Rd, then South on Prosperity - just East of Rt. 249. Open all year Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Follow us on Facebook - Country Caboose Wedding Chapel
 Added 09/11/2003
Updated 11/17/2015
(12)
71


JOPLIN FRISCO STATION
601 S MAIN ST
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: JOPLIN, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • HISTORICAL LANDMARK
  • RAILROAD SHOPS/FACILITIES
Comments/Directions:
I called this attraction Frisco Station rather than Frisco Depot since that is the name it uses today and more describes the functions it served. The building once housed Frisco offices. Tracks arrived via the rear of the station where passengers could board one level below the street grade in front. It now is used for apartments and office space.
 Added 07/07/2007
(4)
72


JOPLIN ST. (PRIVATE)
1724 JOPLIN ST.
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: JOPLIN, MO
Description:
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
Former MoPac combi car and Santa Fe caboose are on a private residence. There are numerous railroad signs and a speeder on display as well. The owner also owns a several railroad salvage/reconstruction businesses. The home is very well decorated with stained glass murals of several locomotives and lines. This is a family that gives back to the community as well.
 Added 07/06/2003
Updated 07/06/2007
(7)
73


JOPLIN TROLLEY CARBARN
1601 W 4TH ST
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: JOPLIN, MO
Phone: 417-623-2530
Description:
  • RAILROAD SHOPS/FACILITIES
Comments/Directions:
A trolley carbarn is located at Maiden Lane and 4th St. in Joplin. It is currently used by Bolivar siding. It once had two tracks inside that ran the length of the building, some of which still remain inside. One website called this a Joplin-Pittsburg trolley but it may have been part of the Southwest Mo. Electric Railway Co.
 Added 07/07/2007
Updated 01/09/2009
(2)
74


JOPLIN UNION STATION
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Approximately 1st & Main.
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
The literal shell of the grand Joplin depot remains a hollow image of its former self. Once serving 3 railroads it now sits empty and badly in need help.
 Added 07/03/2004
(14)
75


JOPLIN, MO - MOPAC DEPOT
2850 S RANGELINE ROAD
JOPLIN, MISSOURI 64804 -USA
Location: JOPLIN, MO
Phone: 417-623-7722
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
This depot was originally located at 10th and Main Street in Joplin. They say it had to be moved because the railroad was "decommissioning" all unused property. The site is now the location of a railroad scrap material yard and is full of rails, wheels, etc. The depot was painstakingly disassembled stone by stone. Each was numbered and mapped and was placed in an empty lot for years waiting for a new purpose. Eventually, it was rebuilt as a restaurant on another site, which also happens to sit alongside of railroad tracks, but the business seems to ignore that relationship. The depot is now the Timberline Steakhouse. A large photo of the original depot is on display just inside the door. --Last I heard Timberline went out of business
 Added 11/05/2006
Updated 07/25/2010
(4)
76


MISSOURI PACIFIC ROUND HOUSE
10TH & MAIN
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: EAST OF MAIN ON 10TH.
Description:
  • RAILROAD SHOPS/FACILITIES
Comments/Directions:
The former MoPac roundhouse in Joplin is now used for a heat treat shop. Near here once stood the magnificent depot for the Missouri Pacific but it has since been carefully "deconstructed" and rebuilt on another site.
 Added 07/03/2004
Updated 07/16/2004
(4)
77


KANSAS CITY NORTHERN RAILROAD
5940 N.W. WAUKOMIS DRIVE
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI 64151 -USA
Location: LINE CREEK PARK
Phone: 816-513-0760
Description:
  • MINIATURE DIESEL 16 IN.
  • MODEL RAILROAD
Web Site KANSAS CITY NORTHERN RAILROAD HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Miniature streamliners take you around the 5/8 mile trip around Line Creek Park in style. The KCNRR has three MTC G-16 train sets. Also located at the depot is the Greater Kansas City Model Railroaders layout. Both are open on Saturdays and Sundays from the 1st weekend in May to the last weekend in September.
 Added 06/20/2006
Updated 04/02/2010
(1)
78


KANSAS CITY UNION STATION
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: KANSAS CITY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • MODEL RAILROAD
Comments/Directions:
Restored Union Station. It now has more of a community purpose enclosing several restaurants, retail shops, a museum, and a model railroad club (Not generally open to the public except on special occaisions). Still a beautiful structure.
 Added 10/02/2006
Updated 10/03/2006
(5)
79


FRIENDS OF LANDMARK KIRKWOOD STATION (F.O.L.K.S.)
110 W. ARGONNE RD.
KIRKWOOD, MISSOURI 63122 -USA
Location: Kirkwood, MO
Phone: 314-752-3148
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site FRIENDS OF LANDMARK KIRKWOOD STATION (F.O.L.K.S.) HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Preserved depot now serves as Amtrak station. Displays from American Association of Railroaders inside.
 Added 04/14/2003
(4)
80


MP CABOOSE #13644 DISPLAY
LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI -USA
Location: LEE'S SUMMIT, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
MoPac Depot and Caboose Display at Lee's Summit Missouri.
 Added 09/12/2008
(4)
81


LOUISIANA C&A/GM&O DEPOT
LOUISIANA, MISSOURI -USA
Location: LOUISIANA, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Fromer Chicago & Alton/Gulf, Mobile & Ohio depot is being renovated for a historical museum. Nearby is the third oldest bridge over the Mississippi.
 Added 03/05/2004
Updated 03/13/2010
(7)
82


ATSF 999471 CABOOSE MARCELINE MO
N. KANSAS AV
MAECELINE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MAECELINE, MO
Description:
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Web Site ATSF 999471 CABOOSE MARCELINE MO HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
ATSF 999471 Caboose in Ripley Park Marceline MO. Built in 1942 and rebuilt in 1970.
 Added 11/06/2019
(1)
83


ASTF DEPOT MARCELINE
MARCELINE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MARCELINE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Marceline Missouri ATSF depot
 Added 06/03/2008
(1)
84


MARCELINE, MISSOURI - SANTA FE DEPOT
MARCELINE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MARCELINE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
Comments/Directions:
Santa Fe depot, Marceline, Missouri, circa 2008
 Added 12/22/2008
(1)
85


SANTE FE & DISNEYLAND R.R. 2546
MARCELINE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MARCELINE, MO
Description:
  • LOCOMOTIVE(S) ON DISPLAY
Web Site SANTE FE & DISNEYLAND R.R. 2546 HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
The Sante Fe & Disneyland R.R. 2546 Locomotive is located in a park just across the street from the Marceline MO Train Depot. It was given to the city of Marcelene in December 1955 and restored and dedicated in 1988 to those who lost their lives on the job. According to the railfan.net web site "This engine is the Ex-KCM&O #212. Lettered for "Disneyland & Santa Fe RR."
 Added 11/06/2019
(2)
86


MKT KATY TRAIL TUQUE CREEK BRIDGE
MARTHASVILLE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MARTHASVILLE, MO
Description:
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
  • RAILROAD BRIDGE
Web Site MKT KATY TRAIL TUQUE CREEK BRIDGE HOMEPAGE
Related Webs: WAYMARKING
Comments/Directions:
KATY Trail Tuque Creek Bridge was once a railroad bridge on the KATY line but has been re purposed as a rails to trails pedestrian / bike bridge. It is east of Marthasville on the KATY trail. GPS N 38° 37.115 W 091° 02.119 Facts Overview Pratt through truss bridge over Tuque Creek on KATY Trail, former MKT Railroad Location Warren County, Missouri Status Open to pedestrians only History Built 1926 Builder - American Bridge Co. of New York Railroad - Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (MKT; Katy) Design Pratt through truss Also called MKT - Tuque Creek Bridge Approximate latitude, longitude +38.61881, -91.03610 (decimal degrees) 38°37'08" N, 91°02'10" W (degrees°minutes'seconds") Approximate UTM coordinates 15/670973/4276306 (zone/easting/northing) Quadrangle map: Washington West Inventory number BH 63951 (Bridgehunter.com ID)
 Added 10/21/2019
(7)
87


MKT MARTHASVILLE MO
DEPOT STREET
MARTHASVILLE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MARTHASVILLE, MO
Description:
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
A replica of the former MKT depot in Marthasville MO and a trailhead for the 225 mile KATY trail. GPS N 38° 37.640 W 091° 03.754
 Added 09/30/2019
(2)
88


MARYVILLE DEPOT
MARYVILLE, MISSOURI -
Location: MARYVILLE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MARYVILLE DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former Wabash depot sits neglected on university campus.
 Added 11/11/2004
Updated 11/11/2004
(3)
89


KATY TRAIL LOUTRE RIVER BRIDGE
MCKITTRICK, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MCKITTRICK, MO
Description:
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
  • RAILROAD BRIDGE
Web Site KATY TRAIL LOUTRE RIVER BRIDGE HOMEPAGE
Related Webs: WAYMARKING
Comments/Directions:
This bridge was built in 1897 and has stood the test of time and now part of the KATY Trail. Facts Overview Through truss bridge over Loutre River on the Katy Trail Location Montgomery County, Missouri Status Open to pedestrians only Future prospects Preserved as part of Katy Trail State Park History Built 1897 Builder - A & P Roberts Co. of Pencoyd, Pennsylvania Railroads - Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (MKT; Katy) - Rail-to-trail Design Pin-connected, 6-panel Pratt through truss Dimensions Length of largest span: 150.0 ft. Total length: 215.0 ft. Approximate latitude, longitude +38.73321, -91.44938 (decimal degrees) 38°43'60" N, 91°26'58" W (degrees°minutes'seconds") Approximate UTM coordinates 15/634777/4288312 (zone/easting/northing) Quadrangle map: Hermann Inventory number BH 22144 (Bridgehunter.com ID)
 Added 10/21/2019
(7)
90


MKT GRAIN ELLEVATOR MCKITTRICK MO
MCKITTRICK MO, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MCKITTRICK MO, MO
Description:
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
  • RAILROAD SHOPS/FACILITIES
Comments/Directions:
The depot is gone but the old grain elevator survived on the KATY rail line. Murals have been painted on the standing elevators along the KATY Trail. Now the rails are converted to a 225 mile plus mile hiking biking trail.
 Added 10/11/2019
(2)
91


MEMPHIS CB&Q DEPOT
MEMPHIS, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MEMPHIS, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MEMPHIS CB&Q DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former CB&Q depot is nicely restored.
 Added 01/12/2005
92


MEXICO DEPOT
MEXICO, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MEXICO, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MEXICO DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former C&A depot still stands.
 Added 01/15/2005
(1)
93


MEXICO WABASH DEPOT
MEXICO, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MEXICO, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MEXICO WABASH DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The Wabash depot in Mexico is pretty well preserved.
 Added 01/27/2005
(1)
94


MILAN DEPOT
MILAN, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MILAN, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MILAN DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The former CB&Q depot is still standing tall and well preserved.
 Added 02/12/2005
95


MOBERLY WABASH FREIGHT/BAGGAGE BUILDING
223 NORTH CLARK ST
MOBERLY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MOBERLY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD SHOPS/FACILITIES
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
The former Wabash freight and baggage building stood next to the dopot, which has since been torn down. It is home to a local hisory museum Also Wabash caboose on display.
 Added 06/29/2003
Updated 06/13/2017
(6)
96


RANDOLPH COUNTY COMMUNITY RAILROAD
ROTHWELL PARK
MOBERLY, MISSOURI 65270 -
Location: MOBERLY
Phone: 660-263-6757
Description:
  • MINIATURE DIESEL 12 IN.
  • MINIATURE STEAM 12 IN.
Comments/Directions:
Approximate one mile ride located in city park. Located on a wooded site, the layout will include structures and "movie" style buildings to add to the enjoyment of the rider. With motive power to include two Ottaway steam engines, one Ottaway F-7, and, a new engine modeled after the GE-Dash 9, the train ride provide a variety of engine and train consists. In addition, like a table top set the layout will be added to as time and money permits. In addition to the ride it is anticipated that events will occur during rides on special occasions. For example, the first train robbery west of the Mississippi occured here in Randolph County. A club is to be organized to provide volunteers, and, local clubs have agreed to sponsor rides on certain weekends. Please contact Moberly Parks and Recreation for additional information or contact J. W. Ballinger, III, chairperson of the project. Pictures and more information will be submitted as the ride is placed into operation and as improvements are made.
 Added 05/27/2003
Updated 08/15/2006
(4)
97


MOKANE KATY DEPOT
MOKANE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MOKANE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
The Mokane MO rail Depot on the KATY Line was reported to be torn down. It appears to be restored. I am not sure what it is currently used for. It is located in the KATY Trail State Park.
 Added 07/29/2019
(1)
98


MONROE CITY DEPOT
MONROE CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MONROE CITY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MONROE CITY DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
CG&Q depot in Monroe City still stands but could use some attention.
 Added 02/12/2005
99


MONTGOMERY DEPOT
MONTGOMERY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MONTGOMERY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MONTGOMERY DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former Wabash depot is a neat old building, hope it lasts.
 Added 02/12/2005
100


ATSF 999505 CABOOSE
MOUND CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MOUND CITY, MO
Description:
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
ATSF 999505 Steel Rivited Caboose on display in parking area of antiques dealer. Can be seen from I-29
 Added 11/13/2006
(2)
101


MOUND CITY DEPOT
MOUND CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MOUND CITY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILROAD RELATED MUSEUM
Web Site MOUND CITY DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
CB&Q depot in Mound City is now the Mound City Museum.
 Added 02/12/2005
(1)
102


MOUNTAIN GROVE DEPOT
MOUNTAIN GROVE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MOUNTAIN GROVE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MOUNTAIN GROVE DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Frisco depot in Mountain Grove still stands.
 Added 02/20/2005
103


MYRICK DEPOT
MYRICK, MISSOURI -USA
Location: MYRICK, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site MYRICK DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Missouri Pacific depot in Myrick has seen better days but still stands.
 Added 03/11/2005
104


NAYLOR DEPOT (PRIVATE)
NAYLOR, MISSOURI -
Location: NAYLOR, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site NAYLOR DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former St. Louis & Iron Mountian depot is now a private residence.
 Added 03/23/2005
Updated 04/01/2005
105


NEW BLOOMFIELD RAILROAD DEPOT
NEW BLOOMFIELD, MISSOURI -USA
Location: NEW BLOOMFIELD, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site NEW BLOOMFIELD RAILROAD DEPOT HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
The New Bloomfield Railroad Depot in New Bloomfield MO was relocated to this location and converted into a home. At some time fairly recently must have been torn down and this replica built "In the 1884 History of Callaway County, New Bloom-field was listed as a station on the Missouri Division of the Chicago and Alton Railroad, twelve miles southwest of Fulton. It was laid out in 1836 by Enoch Murry...population 100." In 1983, New Bloomfield is now approximately ten miles southwest of Fulton with the new State Highway 54 cutting down on the distance, and ten miles north of Jefferson City. Population is now 519. In the 100 years between, New Bloomfield has merged with the town of Ellerslie, the railroad was abandoned and the track removed in the early 1930's. The depot was moved to the east end of town and is still in use as a duplex, owned by T. N. Dozier and wife. A city park, with shelter house, tennis court, basketball court, and picnic area, now occupy the railroad right-of-way. The New Bloomfield Rural Fire Association, Inc. was formed on November 23, 1976, witK. David W. West as president, and the fire house is also on the park property." http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WMZRF6_New_Bloomfield_Railroad_Depot_New_Bloomfield_MO
 Added 07/29/2019
(1)
106


NEW LONDON DEPOT
NEW LONDON, MISSOURI -
Location: NEW LONDON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site NEW LONDON DEPOT INFO
Comments/Directions:
The St. Louis & Hannibal Line Depot in New London is showing it's age. "St. Louis and Hannibal Railroad was originally incorporated as the St. Louis & Keokuk RR on February 16, 1857. The Civil war and various depressions and recessions prevented its actual construction until 1871. Beginning in its early construction, it was largely financed and (later) owned by John Insley Blair, Blairstown, New Jersey (1802–1899), and Moses Taylor, New York banker (1806–1882). Taylor died in 1882 and his protégé Percy Pyne remained on various boards. The railroad was eventually known as "The Short Line". On February 7, 1884, the St. Louis, Hannibal & Keokuk went into receivership and was sold to Blair on December 8, 1885, for $370,000. At that point it became the St. Louis & Hannibal Railway Co. The Perry Branch was surveyed and graded in the 1870s but was not built until 1891-92. The first train reached Perry July 1892. This was a dual expansion in that track was extended from Oakwood into Hannibal and a brick depot was built at 501 S. Main Street in 1892. This would be the final configuration; Mainline - Hannibal to Gilmore, Missouri, and Branchline - Ralls Jct. (New London, Missouri) to Perry. In 1893 the St. Louis, Hannibal and Kansas City (Perry Branchline original name) merged into the StL&HRy. John Blair died in 1899, at age 97, with an estimated estate of $70–90 million. His son, Dewitt Clinton Blair then assumed control. He died June 3, 1915. In 1917 the St. Louis & Hannibal went into receivership again and was sold to Robert LeRoy on behalf of Blair's grandson, C. Ledyard Blair for $30,000. It then was reorganized into the St. Louis & Hannibal Railroad. Around November 1919, the "Short Line" was sold to John Ringling (of Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus fame) for approximately $325,000. Between 1919 and 1930 he invested a further similar amount in rebuilding efforts. The depression was not kind to the St. Louis & Hannibal and Ringling. So, in 1932 the lower end of the mainline (below Bowling Green to Gilmore) was abandoned to save the rest of the system. John Ringling died December 2, 1936. His nephew John Ringling North assumed ownership of the railroad and circus interests. Only 5 miles of the southern mainline was saved and it became the St. Louis & Troy Railroad running from Troy to Moscow Mills, Missouri, and operated until October 1, 1960. It served local industries and was connected to the Burlington line by a siding at Moscow Mills. The St. Louis & Troy line was owned largely by local businessmen in cooperation with the Ringling family until 1944 when 25 businessmen solidified their ownership by purchasing it outright. Beginning in 1933, the StL&HRR began operating four Mack AD model railbuses to bolster passenger service. It also ran dedicated freight trains as well. It helped for a time but eventually the owners and management abandoned the Perry Branch in 1943. The mainline was abandoned as well in 1944. The company was finally dissolved March 12, 1945. The St. Louis & Troy remained in operation but was finally abandoned February 1, 1961. This was the last remainder of the line which began life in 1857 and construction began in 1871. The railroad was largely not very profitable during its entire life as it served a remote area with small revenues. The building of hard surface roads (US Hwy 61), the ever-expanding Foster Bus Line routes, growing trucking industry and finally the personal automobile spelled its demise. Locally, the Short Line is still fondly remembered for its personal service and the kindness shown by owners, management and crews" Wikipedia
 Added 10/31/2004
Updated 09/17/2019
(2)
107


NOEL DEPOT
NOEL, MISSOURI -USA
Location: NOEL, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site NOEL DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former KCS depot is now used as city hall.
 Added 04/20/2005
108


O'FALLON WABASH DEPOT
O'FALLON, MISSOURI -
Location: O'FALLON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site O'FALLON INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Wabash depot in O'Fallon is now used for the offices for Parks & Recreation.
 Added 10/30/2002
Updated 11/18/2005
(1)
109


OLEAN DEPOT
OLEAN, MISSOURI -
Location: OLEAN, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site RAIL & PIONEER MUSEUM INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The Missouri Pacific depot in Olean has been restored.
 Added 10/29/2002
Updated 11/18/2005
110


PARKVILLE DEPOT MUSEUM
PARKVILLE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: PARKVILLE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
  • RAILROAD MEMORABILIA ON DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Related Webs: INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
It has been many years since the Parkville CB&Q train depot last served as a station for traveling railway passengers, but the structure will soon come alive again with a visual homage to the railroad's past. From 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, the initial phase of the long-awaited railroad museum will be unveiled to the public. Inside, attendees will view a detailed timeline, historic photos and numerous relics from an era when the city bustled with passenger railway traffic.
 Added 04/16/2008
(4)
111


FRISCO CABOOSE
PIERCE CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: South end of Main St.
Description:
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
Frisco caboose on display.
 Added 07/06/2003
Updated 07/02/2004
(5)
112


PLEASANT HILL DEPOT
PLEASANT HILL, MISSOURI -USA
Location: PLEASANT HILL, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Missouri Pacific, Pleasant Hill Depot
 Added 04/13/2009
(1)
113


POPLAR BLUFF RAILROAD MUSEUM
303 MORAN ST.
POPLAR BLUFF, MISSOURI 63901 -
Location: 303 MORAN ST.
Description:
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
  • MODEL RAILROAD
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site POPLAR BLUFF RAILROAD MUSEUM HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
The St. Louis-San Francisco Depot is located at 303 Moran Street in downtown Poplar Bluff, Missouri. The building was constructed in 1928 and is sited adjacent to the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad right-of-way.. The St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad line has been abandoned in Poplar Bluff and the tracks have been removed. The National Register Listed building is presently occupied as a railroad museum. The St. Louis-San Francisco Depot is a one-story Spanish Mission style building.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 03/03/2008
114


POPLAR BLUFF, MO MOPAC DEPOT
400 S MAIN
POPLAR BLUFF, MISSOURI 63901 -USA
Location: POPLAR BLUFF, MO
Description:
  • RAIL PASSENGER SERVICE
  • RAILROAD RELATED SITE
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site POPLAR BLUFF, MO MOPAC DEPOT HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
This is currently being used by the Amtrak Texas Eagle as a passenger stop. Portions of the same building are seriously deteriorated due to zero maintenance for many years, while a small part is used daily as a waiting room for arriving/departing passengers. It's sad to see it so poorly maintained.
 Added 03/05/2008
(6)
115


POTOSI DEPOT
POTOSI, MISSOURI -
Location: POTOSI, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site POTOSI DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The Missouri Pacific depot in Potosi is used as a storage shed by the town.
 Added 04/15/2005
Updated 04/30/2005
116


PUXICO DEPOT
PUXICO, MISSOURI -USA
Location: PUXICO, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Web Site PUXICO DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
The Frisco depot in Puxico has been restored for use as a visitor's center.
 Added 04/30/2005
117


ROBERTSON DEPOT
ROBERTSTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ROBERTSTON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ROBERTSON DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former Wabash depot is still standing in Robertson.
 Added 05/10/2005
118


ROCHEPORT DEPOT
700 FIRST STREET
ROCHEPORT, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ROCHEPORT, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
  • RAILROAD MEMORABILIA ON DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD TUNNEL
Comments/Directions:
This is one of the most popular and scenic stops along the Katy Trail in Missouri with a nearby tunnel. There are over 230 miles of rails converted to bike trails that are used by thousands every year.
 Added 11/01/2006
Updated 01/12/2008
(4)
119


KATY DEPOT, SEDALIA, MO
600 EAST THIRD STREET
SEDALIA, MISSOURI 65301 -USA
Location: SEDALIA, MO
Phone: 660-826-2222
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILROAD DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD MEMORABILIA ON DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
  • RAILROAD ORIENTED TOURS
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
Web Site
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
The Sedalia Katy Depot, one of the largest depots between Kansas City and St. Louis, was built in 1896 by the Missouri Kansas Texas Railway (Katy). Today the building is owned by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The exterior of the Depot was restored in 1998 to its original beauty and the interior renovation was completed in 2001. Today, the Depot houses the offices of the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce, Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the Depot Store. See it for yourself - plan to visit us soon! Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. April through December. Parking is free. Admission to museum is $1 per person.
 Added 10/29/2006
Updated 04/06/2010
(12)
120


MISSOURI PACIFIC DEPOT
SEDALIA, MISSOURI -USA
Location: SEDALIA, MO
Description:
  • RAIL PASSENGER SERVICE
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Undergoing renovations to become the Amtrak depot.
 Added 08/10/2010
(1)
121


SIKESTON DEPOT
147 W. FRONT ST.
SIKESTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: SIKESTON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
The Frisco depot in Sikeston still stands next to active tracks. It was originally part of the St. Louis & Iron Mountain Railroad.
 Added 08/12/2012
122


JEFFERSON STREET FOOTBRIDGE
377 EAST COMMERCIAL STREET
SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI 65803 -USA
Location: SPRINGFIELD, MO
Description:
  • HISTORICAL LANDMARK
  • RAILROAD BRIDGE
  • RAILROAD RELATED SITE
Comments/Directions:
Jefferson Street Footbridge, is a pedestrian bridge, built in 1902 to accomidate pedestrians trying to cross the busy Frisco Railroad's 13-track north yard to get to business district of Commercial Street, in downtown Springfield Missouri. The bridge is 562-feet long and at the time of it's construction, was one of the longest in the United States.
 Added 01/29/2012
(4)
123


RAILROAD HISTORICAL MUSEUM
1300 NORTH GRANT ST
SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI 65803 -
Location: GRANT BEACH PARK
Phone: 417-882-9106
Description:
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Web Site FRISCO RAILROAD MUSEUM HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Static displays include 2 cabooses, 1 50' box car and the 1551, Oklahoma City Dining Car. In the process of building unique display facility inside 12 50' box cars, 2 rows of 6 cars, linked through center doors and ends, will house media center, gift shop, research center, model railroad and unique displays to tell the Frisco story. This is the only Museum dedicated to the Frisco and the museum has 250,000 plus documents relating to this railroad.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 01/29/2012
(2)
124


RAILROAD HISTORICAL MUSEUM
GRANT BEACH PARK
SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI 65804 -USA
Location: Springfield, MO
Phone: 417-881-3327
Description:
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
Comments/Directions:
Frisco steam engine and express car on walk through display.
 Added 04/14/2003
125


SPRINGFIELD MISSOURI PACIFIC DEPOT
301 N. MAIN ST.
SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI -USA
Location: SPRINGFIELD, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
The Missouri Pacific depot in Springfield is now The Depot Furniture Gallery. There is also a sign for Green Barn Woodworking, indicating that several businesses may be using the building.
 Added 07/07/2007
(3)
126


THE OZARK GARDEN RAILWAY SOCIETY
SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI 64801 -
Location: 4 CORNERS - MO AR KS OK
Phone: 417-862-1009
2nd Phone: 417-759-7654
Description:
  • GARDEN RAILROAD
Web Site THE OZARK GARDEN RAILWAY SOCIETY HOMEPAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
Garden Railroading in the MO AR KS & OK region is a rapidly growing family hobby. We welcome visitors and inquiries; have an Annual Public Tour the 4th Fri & Sat in Sept and have a club modular unit we take to various shows and venues in the area. For info, please email us! Our website will be up very soon.
 Added 09/30/2003
Updated 04/02/2006
127


ST CHARLES, MISSOURI - MKT DEPOT
ST CHARLES, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ST CHARLES, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Beautifully restored MKT depot, St. Charles Mo, circa 2008
 Added 04/16/2009
(1)
128


ACF INDUSTRIES
101 CLARK STREET
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ST. CHARLES, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD SHOPS/FACILITIES
Comments/Directions:
"ACF Industries traces its history to 1873, the year the St. Charles Car Manufacturing Company was founded. This was one of the thirteen railroad carbuilding companies that merged in 1899 to form the American Car and Foundry Company. The country's first railroad tank car, a "tub car" was built by one of these companies in 1889. Five years after the 1899 merger, the first all-steel passenger car ever ordered from a car builder left our former Berwick, PA shop. It was the first of a shipment of 300 similar cars built for New York City's pioneer subway, the Interborough Rapid Transit Company. By 1906, AC&F had steel shops at St. Louis, Detroit, Berwick, Huntington, and Madison, IL. American Car and Foundry Company's reputation rapidly spread abroad and in 1905 more than 100 motor and trailer subway cars were shipped to England for use in London's underground system. In 1917, a tank car leasing operation began which, in 1923, became Shippers Car Line, and later was acquired by AC&F in 1927. During World War I, AC&F produced artillery gun mounts and ammunition, field kitchens, pack saddles, submarine chasers, cloth shrinking machines and rollers, and even wooden tent pegs, as well as railway cars, for the Allies. AC&F's Wilmington plant also produced boats for the navy, and after the war switched production to yachts. In 1922, AC&F expanded into the automotive field by acquiring Carter Carburetor Corporation of St. Louis. This was our first step in product diversification - planned and executed long before the diversification concept became the by-word of American industry. In 1925, AC&F acquired Fageol Motors Co, a bus builder, and the Hall-Scott Motor Car Company, which produced bus engines. In 1926, AC&F acquired the J. G. Brill Co, a streetcar builder. During World War II, several AC&F plants produced army tanks, aircraft subassemblies, artillery shells, armor plate, and hospital cars, as well as ordinary railroad cars. By 1954, the corporation's interests had become so diversified that the name was changed from American Car and Foundry to ACF Industries Inc. ACF produced its last passenger car in 1959. ACF Industries LLC became a successor to ACF Industries Inc. in May, 2003." source ACF webs site.
 Added 08/24/2019
(4)
129


AMERICAN FREEDOM TRAIN CAR #200
101 CLARK STREET
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ST. CHARLES, MO
Description:
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
This rail car was originally built by ACF at this location and was used by President George H Bush in 1985. As a side note the building behind the train was also used to make M3 tanks during WW II. "American Freedom Train Car #200 - Splendid Spirit The original American Freedom Train car! This 1926-vintage 6-axle heavyweight observation car belonged to Ross Rowland's High Iron Company (formerly Penn Central/New York Central business car #7) and usually went by the name "Brothers Two" (#200). In 1973, to promote the idea of an "American Freedom Train", this car was painted white with a blue roof and a wide red stripe across the window area -- and was the first car ever lettered "American Freedom Train" -- just under the roof line -- and "Splendid Spirit" just below the windows. It retained its number -- 200 -- and appeared on two High Iron Co. excursions in 1973. On a two-day Memorial Day weekend excursion from Hoboken to Binghamton behind Delaware & Hudson steam locomotive #302 (actually former Reading T-1 #2102 dressed as 302) it was simply lettered "Freedom Train". By its July 22, 1973 excursion behind NKP 759 from Hoboken to Scranton, it had matured into "American Freedom Train". Thanks go to Mr. Walter Curll and Mr. Keith Muldowney for helping piece this all together. Note the unique AFT tail herald -- an image of the Liberty Bell with the words 'American Freedom Train' and a small image of a train passing behind the bell. The large roof aerial antenna of the 70s has today been supplanted by a satellite dish (see below)! In 1975 the Splendid Spirit did, in fact, see service on the AFT in this paint scheme, but only for a few days in Ohio. It went on to serve as the observation car for the Chessie Steam Specials. By the time it served with C&O steam locomotive #614 (614T) on American Coal Enterprises steam locomotive tests in the mid 1980s it had been renamed "Independence". ACE was Ross Rowland's venture promoting the ACE3000, a "modern coal-burning steam locomotive designed to compete with diesels". On December 7, 1985 the Independence carried then Vice President George HW Bush to the Army-Navy Football Game as a guest of ACE. Image: Notepad "Aboard the Independence" and Napkins from the Independence, circa 1980. John Finnin collection. The Splendid Spirit is now back with its maker -- American Railcar Industries (successor to ACF) -- at ARI's St. Charles, MO plant still painted Tuscan red and bearing the name "Independence". Thanks go to Keith Muldowney and John Lewis for much of this information."
 Added 08/24/2019
(1)
130


ST. CHARLES DEPOT MUSEUM
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI -
Location: ST. CHARLES, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILROAD RELATED MUSEUM
Web Site ST. CHARLES DEPOT MUSEUM INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former MKT depot hosts local history museum.
 Added 05/15/2005
Updated 06/14/2005
(1)
131


UNITED RAILWAYS OF ST. LOUIS STATION
401 N. 2ND ST.
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ST. CHARLES, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Streetcar service between St. Charles and St. Louis became a reality May 10, 1904, when a bridge spanning the Missouri River was completed. The service was terminated at the west end of the bridge at Second and Adams until this station was built in 1913. This station served as both a passenger and freight station with passengers in the front and freight in the rear. The last streetcar left St. Charles on January 18, 1932. The building was later used as Greyhound Bus depot. Now is used by a bail bond office.
 Added 08/16/2019
(1)
132


ST. GENEVIEVE FREIGHT DEPOT
ST. GENEVIEVE , MISSOURI -USA
Location: ST. GENEVIEVE , MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ST. GENEVIEVE FREIGHT DEPOT HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
The 1910 Ste. Genevieve Freight Depot was on the St. Louis and San Francisco Rail lines. this building is listed in the National register of Historic places. GPS cordinates N 37° 58.827 W 090° 02.443
 Added 08/16/2019
133


ST. GENEVIEVE FREIGHT DEPOT - ST GENEVIEVE MO
ST. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ST. GENEVIEVE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ST. GENEVIEVE FREIGHT DEPOT - ST GENEVIEVE MO HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Located near the corner of S. Front Street and Merchant Street. The 1910 Ste. Genevieve Freight Depot was on the St. Louis and San Francisco Rail lines. this building is listed in the National register of Historic places. N 37° 58.827 W 090° 02.443
 Added 08/21/2019
134


ST. JAMES DEPOT
ST. JAMES, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ST. JAMES, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ST. JAMES DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former Frisco depot is still standing and in use as a thrift store.
 Added 06/14/2005
(1)
135


PATEE HOUSE MUSEUM
1202 PENN ST.
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI 64503 -
Location: 12TH & PENN ST.
Phone: 816-232-8206
Description:
  • RAILROAD RELATED MUSEUM
  • LOCOMOTIVE(S) ON DISPLAY
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • TROLLEY(S) ON DISPLAY
  • TOY TRAIN COLLECTION/DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD MEMORABILIA ON DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD DISPLAY
  • MODEL RAILROAD
  • HORSE DRAWN STREET CAR ON DISPLAY
  • HISTORICAL LANDMARK
Web Site PATEE HOUSE MUSEUM HOMEPAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
1860 Hannibal & St. Joseph locomotive and railway mail car on display in former pony express headquarters next to 1877 depot.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 04/15/2009
(1)
136


AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RAILROADERS
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 63116 -
Location: ST. LOUIS, MO
Phone: 314-752-3148
Description:
  • DIESEL EXCURSIONS STANDARD GAUGE
  • STEAM EXCURSIONS STANDARD GAUGE
Web Site AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RAILROADERS HOMEPAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
Over 50 excursions/year to various destinations. Check website for details.
 Added 04/14/2003
Updated 03/31/2005
137


AMERICAN RAILWAY CABOOSE HISTORICAL EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY (ARCHES)
P.O. BOX 2772
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 63116 -
Location: TEMPORARY LOCATION AT ST. LOUIS & CHAIN OF ROCKS RAILROAD SITE, NORTH SAINT LOUIS
Phone: 314-752-3148
Description:
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
Web Site AMERICAN RAILWAY CABOOSE HISTORICAL EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY (ARCHES) HOMEPAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
This is a newly organized group with over 200 members and growing.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 12/18/2009
138


LINDELL RAILWAY COMPANY PAVILION ST. LOUIS MO
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ST. LOUIS, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site LINDELL RAILWAY COMPANY PAVILION ST. LOUIS MO HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
"Lindell Railway Company built the Lindell Pavilion as a shelter for visitors who took the streetcar to Forest Park for a day's relxation away from the city. The building was remodelled in 1914 as a golf and rennis locker room and pro shop. After a 1925 fire, the pavilion was rebuilt with only part of the original tower remaining. In 2003, the pavilion underwent extensive renovations and reopened as the Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor and Education center." Plaque in front of the building.
 Added 08/01/2019
(1)
139


ST. LOUIS MKT DEPOT
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI -USA
Location: ST. LOUIS, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site ST. LOUIS MKT DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
MKT depot in St. Louis still stands.
 Added 06/14/2005
140


ST. LOUIS MUSEUM OF TRANSPORTATION
BARRETT STATION RD
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 63122 -
Location: ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Phone: 314-965-7998
2nd Phone: 314-965-8007
Description:
  • RAILROAD RELATED MUSEUM
  • LOCOMOTIVE(S) ON DISPLAY
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
  • TROLLEY EXCURSIONS STANDARD GAUGE
Web Site ST. LOUIS MUSEUM OF TRANSPORTATION HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Visit the oldest and one of the best transportation museums on our new web site, with the biggest collection of steam locomotives in North America (33). Exhibits include multiple steam & diesel locomotives, lots of rolling stock, and much passenger equipment from many railroads. The museum was the "Home Base" for Frisco 1522 when she was running and she's on display now in her "second retirement". They also have a fair sized collection of traction equipment, some of which runs on a short loop on the grounds. They also have a large automotive display, one airplane, and a Mississippi river tug boat.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 10/04/2006
(8)
141


ST. LOUIS UNION STATION
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI -
Location: ST. LOUIS, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • HISTORICAL LANDMARK
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Related Webs: INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Restored 1893 Union Station. The Head House has been restored and houses a hotel and restaurant. Part of the train shed has been converted into retail shops and the rest is used for parking. From the south end of the parking lot you can see some of the UP yards and the "Amshack". There ar still 2 or 3 tracks on the west side of the remaining train shed which house displays that change periodically. These tracks have played host to travelling stock such as Rail Cruise America rolling stock and at least one UP special train.
 Added 10/02/2006
Updated 10/04/2006
(2)
142


ARBORWAY, T. T. & NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD (PRIVATE)
STEELVILLE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: STEELVILLE, MO
Description:
  • MINIATURE STEAM 15 IN.
  • MINIATURE DIESEL 15 IN.
Web Site ARBORWAY T. T. & NORTHWESTERN
Comments/Directions:
Private 15" gauge railroad near Steelville, Missouri.
 Added 01/22/2007
Updated 01/24/2007
143


THAYER VISITOR CENTER
200 WALNUT ST/ HYW 63
THAYER, MISSOURI 65791 -USA
Location: THAYER, MO
Description:
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
Comments/Directions:
BN caboose with some railroad equipment on display. Visitor center uses the caboose.
 Added 01/28/2008
(1)
144


TRELOAR MKT
TRELOAR, MISSOURI -USA
Location: TRELOAR, MO
Description:
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
  • RAILROAD RELATED SITE
Web Site TRELOAR MKT HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Treloar was a stop on the KATY line. Now it is a trail head on the KATY Trail. The old grain elavator still stands along with the the old bank and Mrcantile.
 Added 10/14/2019
(5)
145


GRUNDY COUNTY MUSEUM
TRENTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Trenton, Missouri
Description:
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
RI caboose #17806 is on display.
 Added 10/09/2002
(1)
146


DELMAR DEPOT
UNIVERSITY CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: DELMAR, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Web Site DELMAR DEPOT INFO FROM MISSOURI DEPOTS
Comments/Directions:
Former Wabash depot was a grand structure but is quiet now.
 Added 11/25/2004
Updated 03/27/2010
147


MKT KATY TRAIL - SMITH CREEK BRIDGE
WARREN COUNTY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WARREN COUNTY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD BRIDGE
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
Web Site MKT KATY TRAIL - SMITH CREEK BRIDGE HOMEPAGE
Related Webs: WAYMARKING
Comments/Directions:
KATY Trail - Smith Creek Bridge. This Bridge was once a railroad bridge on the KATY line but has been re purposed as a rails to trails pedestrian / bike bridge. N 38° 39.564 W 091° 14.431 Facts Overview Through truss bridge over Smith Creek on the Katy Trail Location Warren County, Missouri Status Open to pedestrians and bicyclists only Future prospects Preserved as part of Katy Trail State Park History Built 1910 Builder - King Bridge Co. of Cleveland, Ohio Railroads - Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (MKT; Katy) - Rail-to-trail Design 6-panel Pratt through truss Dimensions Length of largest span: 130.0 ft. Total length: 195.0 ft. Approximate latitude, longitude +38.66022, -91.24156 (decimal degrees) 38°39'37" N, 91°14'30" W (degrees°minutes'seconds") Approximate UTM coordinates 15/652997/4280538 (zone/easting/northing) Quadrangle map: Treloar Inventory number BH 22772 (Bridgehunter.com ID)
 Added 10/19/2019
(3)
148


MKT KATY TRAIL CHARRETTE CREEK
WARREN COUNTY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WARREN COUNTY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD BRIDGE
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
Web Site MKT KATY TRAIL CHARRETTE CREEK HOMEPAGE
Related Webs: WAYMARKING
Comments/Directions:
KATY Trail Charrette Creek Bridge was once a railroad bridge on the KATY line but has been re purposed as a rails to trails pedestrian / bike bridge. GPS N 38° 37.987 W 091° 06.091 Facts Overview Warren Through truss bridge over Charrette Creek on the Katy Trail Location Warren County, Missouri Status Open to pedestrians and bicyclists only Future prospects Preserved as part of Katy Trail State Park History Built 1926 Builder - American Bridge Co. of New York Railroads - Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (MKT; Katy) - Rail-to-trail Design Warren through truss Dimensions Span length: 150.0 ft. Total length: 150.0 ft. Approximate latitude, longitude +38.63349, -91.10148 (decimal degrees) 38°38'01" N, 91°06'05" W (degrees°minutes'seconds") Approximate UTM coordinates 15/665247/4277815 (zone/easting/northing) Quadrangle map: Marthasville Inventory number BH 22760 (Bridgehunter.com ID)
 Added 10/19/2019
(1)
149


MKT KATY TRAIL LOST CREEK BRIDGE
WARREN COUNTY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WARREN COUNTY, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD BRIDGE
  • RAILS TO TRAILS
Web Site MKT KATY TRAIL LOST CREEK BRIDGE HOMEPAGE
Related Webs:
Comments/Directions:
KATY Trail LOST Creek Bridge was built in 1897 and used by the KATY line. Just before you get to the bridge from the east is a great view of the Missouri river. GPS N 38° 42.698 W 091° 19.009 Facts Overview Pratt through truss bridge over Lost Creek on Katy Trail Location Warren County, Missouri Status Open to pedestrians only Railroads - Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (MKT; Katy) - Rail-to-trail Design Pratt through truss Dimensions Span length: 150.0 ft. Total length: 150.0 ft. Approximate latitude, longitude +38.71158, -91.31676 (decimal degrees) 38°42'42" N, 91°19'00" W (degrees°minutes'seconds") Approximate UTM coordinates 15/646349/4286115 (zone/easting/northing) Quadrangle map: Berger Inventory number BH 72010 (Bridgehunter.com ID)
 Added 10/19/2019
(3)
150


WARRENSBURG DEPOT
100 SOUTH HOLDEN ST.
WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI 64093 -USA
Location: WARRENSBURG, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Warrensburg Mo, still used by Amtrak, Circa 2008
 Added 05/16/2008
(1)
151


WASHINGTON DEPOT
301 WEST FRONT STREET
WASHINGTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WASHINGTON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Comments/Directions:
The current depot in Washington is nicely kept and used for Amtrak service. The tracks are still an active UP line (formerly MP).
 Added 01/03/2007
Updated 01/02/2007
(17)
152


WASHINGTON DEPOT 1865
325 WEST FRONT STREET
WASHINGTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WASHINGTON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
The Washington depot built in 1907 remains restored and used as an Amish food store. It has been moved just a bit from its original spot and is near the current depot and the active tracks.
 Added 01/03/2007
Updated 01/02/2007
(3)
153


WEBB CITY FRISCO DEPOT
203 E DAUGHERTY ST
WEBB CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WEBB CITY, AL
Phone: 417-673-4631
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
The Frisco depot in Webb City is currently used by Cardinal Scales. The building is in pretty nice shape with offices and machinery equipment housed inside. I believe tracks were removed around 1978 but am not sure.
 Added 07/07/2007
Updated 07/06/2007
(7)
154


WEBB CITY TROLLEY
555 SOUTH MAIN
WEBB CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WEBB CITY, MO
Phone: 417-673-1154
Description:
  • TROLLEY EXCURSIONS STANDARD GAUGE
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
A restored Southwest Missouri Electric Railway car runs about 2 miles around an open pit lead mine. At one time the area boasted over 700 zinc and lead mines and the railway was the main means of transportation. The car runs first weekend in Sept for Webb City Miner Days. The depot is now used by the Webb City Chamber of Commerce. The phone number above is for the Chamber.
 Added 07/08/2005
Updated 07/08/2005
(6)
155


WEBB CITY TROLLEY POWERHOUSE
WEBB CITY, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Broadway and Madison
Description:
  • RAILROAD SHOPS/FACILITIES
Comments/Directions:
A powerhouse was located at Broadway and Madison to serve the Southwest Missouri Electric Railway Co. It has since been converted into a skating rink.
 Added 07/07/2007
(2)
156


BIG BEND RAILROAD CLUB
8833 BIG BEND BLVD.
WEBSTER GROVES, MISSOURI 63119-3731 -
Location: WEBSTER GROVES, MO
Phone: 314-966-5227
2nd Phone: 314-968-6847
Description:
  • MODEL RAILROAD
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILROAD RELATED SITE
  • TRAIN SPOTTING LOCATION
  • RAILROAD DISPLAY
Web Site BIG BEND RAILROAD CLUB HOMEPAGE
Related Webs: CLUB PAGE ON YAHOO GROUPS
Related Webs: FACEBOOK
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
Located inside a former Frisco depot built in 1910, owned by the club since 1994, and next to the BNSF mainline. The club has operated their O-Scale trains for the public continuously since 1938 on first Tuesday evening of every month from 7:00 PM until 8:30 PM with extra Tuesday nights and Saturday afternoons in December.
 Added 04/14/2003
Updated 11/13/2017
(5)
157


FORMER CB&Q WELLSVILLE MO
W. HUDSON AND CLAY ST.
WELLSVILLE, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WELLSVILLE, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILCAR(S) ON DISPLAY
Web Site FOMER CB&Q WELLSVILLE MO HOMEPAGE
Comments/Directions:
Wellsville Mo Train Depot - the building seems to be in good shape. I found a web page that suggested it was used for a museum but there weren't any signs indicating this on the property. There is also the MO PAC 13566 caboose.
 Added 09/26/2019
(2)
158


WESTON MISSOURI, CB&Q DEPOT
WESTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WESTON, MO
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
Comments/Directions:
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Depot, still in use as "City Hall"
 Added 06/06/2008
(1)
159


WABASH, FRISCO, AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
199 GRAND AVE.
WILDWOOD, MISSOURI 63038 -
Location: FROM ST. LOUIS TAKE I-44 WEST, TO 109 NORTH, RIGHT ON OLD STATE, RIGHT ON WASHINGTON/GRAND.
Phone: 314-587-3538
Description:
  • MINIATURE STEAM 12 IN.
Web Site WABASH, FRISCO, AND PACIFIC RAILWAY HOMEPAGE
Email Address
Comments/Directions:
12" guage steam railroad on former MoPac grade.
 Added 10/09/2002
Updated 03/31/2005
(5)
160


WINSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY
P.O. BOX 177
WINSTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: Winston, Missouri
Description:
  • RAILROAD RELATED SITE
Comments/Directions:
Train Robbery occurred here on July 15, 1881. Rock Island Train Depost and Stone Railroad arch where getaway horses were hidden are here.
 Added 10/09/2002
161


WINSTON ROCK ISLAND DEPOT
WINSTON, MISSOURI -USA
Location: WINSTON, KS
Description:
  • RAILROAD DEPOT
  • RAILROAD MUSEUM
Comments/Directions:
The former Rock Island depot is a quaint local museum with railroad memorabelia.
 Added 03/05/2004
Updated 09/30/2007
(5)
God Bless America
©2001-2020 Mike Stutz