Mena Kansas City Southern Depot, Mena

4.3
#48 of 103 in Museums in Arkansas
The Mena Kansas City-Southern Depot is a historic railroad station on Sherwood Street in the center of Mena, Arkansas. It is long single-story structure, built out of brick, with a tile roof and Mediterranean styling. It was built in 1920 by the Kansas City Southern Railway to designs by the company architect, T. C. Horstmann, and is one of the most elaborate surviving early-20th century railroad stations in the state. It is now owned by the city, and houses a local history museum and the local chamber of commerce.
The station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
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  • It's great that this Depot has been preserved. It has alot of information in it about the area. We found the men inside friendly and answered the questions we had about the area.  more »
  • Step back in time & SO SO interesting! Plus met & loved on George it should say Miss George the resident cat!  more »
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  • Very interesting place-especially if history interests you.
  • Great old depot and museum, worth the trip to see.

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