This photo of the Santa Fe station appeared in the Honey Grove Signal-Citizen, November 12, 1993.  On the far left is Frank Roddy, the gentleman second from the right is a Mr. Garner and the other two are unidentified.

The photo above is part of an online database of the Kansas Historical Society, which names the depot the Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe Railway Company Depot, built in 1887.

The Depot

There were two depots in Honey Grove, the one for the Texas & Pacific, and the one for the Santa Fe.

1891  The Denison Sunday Gazeteer, September 20, 1891

​"Workmen are busy remodeling the T. & P. depot at Honey Grove.  The depot will be built anew, enlarged, and when completed, will be the best depot on that road."​

The photos below are the only ones we have found to date of the old Honey Grove train depots.

​Please let us know if you have others.

Honey Grove Preservation League

Saving and Documenting the History of Honey Grove, Texas