Webster Street Station
|Location||Webster Street and Saddle Creek Road|
|Line(s)||Missouri Pacific Railway:
Omaha Belt Line
The Webster Street Station was a train station located at Webster and North 15th Streets in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. Located on the Omaha Belt Line, which was operated by the Omaha Road and the Missouri Pacific Railroad as a local railroad passenger depot, the station was built in 1887. In 1902 the New York Times noted the station for its innovations in the treatment of passenger luggage.
- Federal Writers' Project (1947) Nebraska, a guide to the Cornhusker State. Nebraska State Historical Society. p 218.
- Kratville, W. (2003). Railroads of Omaha and Council Bluffs. Arcadia Publishing. p. 75.
- "How baggage is handled" (PDF). New York Times. 1902-03-02. Retrieved 2008-02-18.
- "Swedish Churches in Omaha: Sites and survivals", Retrieved 11/13/10.
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