Holbrook railroad station

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Holbrook
Holbrook railroad station.jpg
The station, in November 2015
Location Purple Heart Trail (U.S. Route 180)
and E. Bucket of Blood Drive,
Holbrook, Arizona
History
Opened 1892
Closed 1984
Rebuilt 1907, 1912, 2006
Services
  Former services  
Preceding station   Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe   Following station
toward Los Angeles
Main Line

Holbrook was a train station in Holbrook, Arizona, United States, formerly served by the trains of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway prior to the creation of Amtrak in 1971.

History[edit]

The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad laid tracks through Holbrook in 1881. This station, built in 1892, replaced the earlier station. As traffic grew, additions were made in 1907 and 1912. Santa Fe continued to serve this station with the Grand Canyon until the discontinuance of that train in 1971.[1][2]

The station was restored in 2006.[citation needed]

After Geromino's surrender, some of his people were brought from Fort Apache to Holbrook's station where they boarded a train for Florida (Navajo County Historical Society records. Geromino, after his capture was taken to Fort Bowie and put on a train to Florida from the Bowie Station. August 2016)[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Santa Fe Passenger Timetable, June 1968 
  2. ^ "Trains 23 and 24". Retrieved 2011-05-08. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 34°54′00″N 110°09′31″W / 34.9001°N 110.1585°W / 34.9001; -110.1585