Santa Fe Depot

Santa Fe Depot 200 S Jones Ave
Norman, OK 73069

Phone: 405-307-9320
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This restored Santa Fe railroad station is a historically significant building that was the focal point of growth in Norman. The Norman Santa Fe Depot is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the surrounding space has been developed as a multi-use facility and downtown urban park known as "Legacy Trail." It is also a whistle stop for the Amtrak Heartland Flyer passengers between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth. The building and grounds are available for cultural and community activities.

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From Staff on 09/07/12

Jon, according to the Santa Fe Depot's website it was built in 1909. For more information, please get in touch with the depot directly using the contact information above. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Jon Dresser on 09/07/12

My Aunt Maida Elledge once left for Lawton in 1916 I think from this station. The man she married upon her return a few weeks later, Earl Elledge, went to Lawton and brought her home. He later owned and operated the Elledge Chili Parlor located next door west of the First National Bank on Main Street. And, he served as a County Tax Commissioner in the 20's. Was this building standing in 1916? Thanks for your help.

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