Hardin, MT CB&Q depot.
Lodge Grass, MT CB&Q depot now located in Hardin, MT.
This building was the men's dormitory.
Oregon Short Line water tower in West Yellowstone, MT.
Oil house in West Yellowstone, MT.
Generator room in West Yellowstone, MT.
To serve food to the immense number of tourist riding the railroad to Yellowstone, the railroad built this massive dining hall in West Yellowstone, MT.
Baggage building for the Oregon Short Line in West Yellowstone, MT.
Oregon Short Line depot in West Yellowstone, MT was the western gateway into Yellowstone National Park.
West Yellowstone, MT.
The West Yellowstone depot is now the Yellowstone Museum.
Union Pacific depot in Dillon, MT.
Impressive brick Union Pacific depot in Dillon, MT.
Butte, MT Northern Pacific Depot.
Butte, MT Northern Pacific freight depot.
Butte, MT Great Northern Depot
Butte, MT Great Northern Depot.
Butte, MT Chicago, Milwaukee, St Paul & Pacific Depot
Great Falls, MT.
This station would have to rank in my Top 25. Built by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St Paul to serve the city of Great Falls, MT.
Great Northern freight depot in Great Falls, MT.
Not to be outdone by the Milwaukee, the Great Northern built their own impressive station in Great Falls, MT.
Great Northern depot in Conrad, MT. This depot is a little more ornate than most GN wooden depots.
An endangered species found in the Shelby, MT depot.
Shelby, MT GN depot.
Shelby, MT Great Northern depot. It is still in rail service with BNSF and Amtrak.
Great Northern ghostsign near Cut Bank depot.
Stark waiting room conditions in the Cut Bank, MT depot.
Cut Bank, MT Great Northern Depot. Now used by Amtrak.
Browning, MT Great Northern depot. ***Demolished November 2013***
Waiting room view of the Glacier Park, MT depot.
Amtrak Ticket Agent at Glacier Park, MT.
Glacier Park depot in East Glacier, MT. Built by the Great Northern and now used by Amtrak.
Vintage rail found in East Glacier, MT.
Northern Pacific depot in Helena, MT. Now used by the Montana Rail Link.
Great collection of Depots! I hope it inspires me to start an abandoned depot project sometime soon. Lots of important history here!