NRHP: Fremont Elkhorn and Missouri Valley Railroad Depot

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Fremont Elkhorn & Missouri Valley Railroad Depot

Fremont Elkhorn & Missouri Valley Railroad Depot

NRHP Reference #: 79003682

NRHP Listing Date: 19791011


1st & Maple, Dwight, Butler County, Nebraska

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The Dwight Depot is a typical example of a small town railroad station, of the architectural style used by the Fremont, Elkhorn, and Missouri Valley Railroad, a former Chicago and Northwestern subsidiary. Using a standard set of blueprints, the railroad constructed nearly identical depots in each town, making only minor structural changes from one to another. Construction of these simple frame buildings was a cost-saving factor for the railroad. The Dwight Depot was built in 1887 and served the town until 1962.

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