Santa Fe Depot and Museum
Atchison, Kansas

Photos by Ken Humphreys

The old Santa Fe Depot in Atchison has been restored and converted into a museum and visitor's center. Many interior displays depict the history of the town and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. The museum sits adjacent to the BNSF main line.

Sign in fromt of the depot

Depot building showing the former freight platform. Note the trolley bus outside of the museum.

AT&SF 789 Class 2-8-0 Consolidation #811 in the museum yard dwarfing a miniature diesel train for children's rides.

Side view of AT&SF 2-8-0 Consolidation #811

Front view of AT&SF 2-8-0 Consolidation #811

Missouri Pacific snow plow #5790. The plow was built in 1928 using an ex-steam tender.

Tender portion of Missouri Pacific plow #5790 and MoPac wide vision caboose #13569

A portion of the museum's rolling stock

BNSF trains on the tracks beside the museum

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