Located in the Depot Hill Historic Preservation District
“ Celebrating Railroad Heritage and Honoring WWII Veterans ! “
Plan Your Visit – FREE admission | Overview & Mission
The community is always welcome to view the beauty
of the restoration of the Depot, built in the early 1900’s,
restored and placed on the National Registry of
Historic Places. Docent-led and self-guided tours.
Theatre for viewing military and railroad videos.
The Burlington Northern
10 am to 12 noon, Monday thru Friday, and by appointment anytime.
Also, to schedule an event at the Restored Depot for a meeting, reception,
or party, please
call Jolene at 712.621.9099
Some highlights of the Depot
# Displays of World War II memorabilia
highlighting the story of the greatest sacrifice
made by the residents of
Kitchen with displays of the Depot through the years;
# Research Library Room containing magazines and
diaries from WWII and railroad books. Also, a library
for research on WWII, the Murphy Calendar Company
and the Depot restoration project.
The Depot is available for meetings, parties,
receptions, and gatherings of all kinds.
Click on the above “Plan Your Visit” for details.
Honoring Citizen-Soldiers on the War Fronts, Home Fronts,
& Keeping the Peace, from 1861 to the present day
and thru the 21st Century.
Celebrating Railroads in Montgomery County,
Iowa, and the region
Visit and Live in Red Oak and Montgomery County, Iowa
is staffed entirely by volunteers.
Donations and volunteers are welcomed and encouraged
THANKS to these Contributors, Sponsors, and Volunteer
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