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The Santa Fe Depot of Guthrie was completed in 1903, after a flood destroyed the original wooden structure in 1887. Built to accommodate a thriving metropolis in what would become the capital of the new state, by 1904 the depot oversaw nine lines of railroad, thirty-six passenger trains, and the finest Harvey House restaurant in town. Today, owners Adam and Abigail Ropp have carefully restored the Guthrie Depot in to a wedding and private event center where guests can step back in time in this gorgeous historic gem! Contact us today to book your tour!
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