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Holly Santa Fe Depot (Town Hall)

Prowers County

The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad built the brick second-generation depot in 1912. The Mission Revival style building was a combination-type depot, handling both passengers and freight.

A picture of the building with red brick walls, arched window and gables on the top and sides with overhanging green roof.

Holly Santa Fe Depot (Town Hall) (1995 photograph.)

 It is one of only four in Colorado possessing the Mission Revival style detailing that became a trademark of the Santa Fe.  The community converted the building in 1999 to serve as its town hall.  The property is associated with the Railroads in Colorado, 1858-1948 Multiple Property Submission.