140-year-old train depot to become part of Sedgwick Museum

Sedgwick’s 140-year-old train depot will be moved from its current location and used as an addition to the Sedgwick Historical Museum. Photo courtesy of Rod Milne, Sedgwick Historical Society
By Ray Strunk In the late 1800s, a railroad drastically altered the course of the City of Sedgwick. Today, the Sedgwick Historical Society is working to preserve a piece of that historical railroad. The historical society is raising money to move the town’s 140-year-old wooden train depot and make it an addition to the Sedgwick Historical Museum. “We’re going to move it through town, which


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