Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Waynoka, Oklahoma

This weekend we visited the train depot in Waynoka, Oklahoma. You can dine on Mexican food in the restaurant located in the restored Harvey House and see trains speeding by outside the window.

If you take young boys, don't expect them to be very hungry.

You may even get lucky and a train stops while the crew has lunch.

The upper level is a museum. One room was set up to look as it did when the Harvey Girls were in residence.

Read more about the Harvey House here.

The restored building is quite beautiful.


Anonymous said...

What a beautiful place and such a treat for your grandson!

Anonymous said...

Great ceilings they had back then. Looks like a fun day for your grandson and you!

The Blue Ridge Gal

Tipper said...

Looks like a very cool place to visit.

Far Side of Fifty said...

What an interesting place..great link about the Harvey Girls too..I enjoyed it! :)

Aunt Dinah said...

Wow, what a wonderful old building. It's wonderful to know it's being preserved, restored, cherished, and enjoyed. Old buildings like this help give a community character and a sense of history. It's great to see Riley enjoying the trains.

June said...

It sure is "quite beautiful"!
The stained glass and the woodwork were so worthy of saving; I'm glad demolition was not its fate.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Hey, Just stopping by to say Ho Ho Ho and Merry Christmas! :)

Anonymous said...

i love the stained glass!

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