The Oklahoma Railway

El Reno to Guthrie and Norman, OK

This interurban line ran from El Reno into Oklahoma City where it split; the northern leg went to Guthrie and the southern leg went into Norman.

The Oklahoma Railway ceased operations in 1946.

Heritage Trolley in El Reno. This is not a replica of the OK Ry ...
Heritage Trolley in El Reno. This is not a replica of the OK Ry equipment, but it does run on a track downtown, near where the OKRy end point was. Photo by Mike Palmer, June 2011.
Former car shops still stand in Oklahoma City, but now serve as ...
Former car shops still stand in Oklahoma City, but now serve as the Dolese Brothers Construction office building. Photo by Mike Palmer, June 2011.
The passenger station in Norman, now an Italian restaurant.
The passenger station in Norman, now an Italian restaurant. Photo by Mike Palmer, June 2011.
Track remnants in Norman. The former AT&SF passenger station can...
Track remnants in Norman. The former AT&SF passenger station can be seen in the background; today it serves as an AMTRAK station alongside the active BNSF line. Photo by Mike Palmer, June 2011.
The passenger station in Yukon still stands.
The passenger station in Yukon still stands. Photo by Mike Palmer, June 2011.

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