The Fort Sedgwick Historical Society maintains this UP depot, a side-gabled poly-chrome brick structure with terracotta trim under a new shake shingle roof. After the UP abandoned passenger service, the society reopened this handsome one-story depot as a museum in 1976. Its collection of artifacts and documents includes material on Native American, agricultural, and railroad buildings.
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Fort Sedgwick Depot Museum
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