Stumbling across this beauty after seeing her to the south of our exploration of the Union Pacific’s maintenance of way storage tracks to the east of the main yard office is practically a dream come true for the off-the-beaten-path traveler.
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The Marysville Depot & Station appears to have had a significantly large freight wing (the near, left side of the frame), along with a large central passenger section, flanked to the south (right side) with additional waiting and/or crew areas – both ends of the building bear the old Union Pacific Overland Route shields.(Marysville, KS, June 19, 2016, 13:56 PDT, SX700 1/800s f5.6 ISO100, looking east as seen from where the original tracks would have been which the building would’ve served.)
The trackside passenger traffic doors below an intricate arch and wrought iron worked window details linger as a reminder of what was once a remarkable station. The three Union Pacific Overland Route relief placards top each of the main passenger hall and waiting area windows. (Marysville, KS, 13:56 PDT, SX700 1/800 f5.6 ISO100)