AT&SF No. 940

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Bartlesville’s Depot Train Display

Climb into the cab of this century-old steam train at the depot in downtown Bartlesville. Ring the bell and blow the whistle of locomotive No. 940, the sole survivor of  332 “2-10-2” engines built for Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. Look inside Santa Fe caboose No. 2259, returned to its 1948 as-built appearance…examine the  restored 1914 “Flying A” oil tank car…peak through the slats of the just-restored No. 26754 Santa Fe stock car.  And be sure to visit the picturesque Bartlesville Union Depot, a 1909 landmark in the classic Santa Fe “Southwest” style.

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Bartlesville Downtown Depot

201 S. Keeler Ave.

Bartlesville, OK 74003



Train Exhibit:

Year round – Every day

Whistle operable every Saturday

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Stock Car Restoration Complete!

In Progress

After a three-year restoration, the Santa Fe stock car is now complete and relocated by the tender of the 940.

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Help Complete the Display!

The depot train display has been made possible by countless volunteer hours and more than $300,000 in cash and in-kind donations. Your tax-deductible support will go toward the last restoration steps and the ongoing care of the display. 


Donate by mail:

Bartlesville Community Foundation
208 E. Fourth St.
Bartlesville, OK 74003