Manzanola Santa Fe Depot & Town Hall

Manzanola Santa Fe Depot & Town Hall

The Santa Fe Railway Manzanola Depot was constructed in 1913 by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (AT&SF). This county-seat type depot was once a very prominent stop along the line, serving both freight and passengers. Manzanola, Spanish for ‘large apple’, was once home to the annual Cherry Pie Day, and the railroad ran a special train from Dodge City, Kansas to Manzanola for the big event. Now serving as the Town Hall, the building has recently been lovingly restored to feature its beautiful design and rich history.

301 N. Park Avenue
Manzanola,  CO  81058

Hours of Operation

Monday – Thursday, 8am-5pm; every other Friday 8am-12pm.


Turn North off Hwy 50 onto Hwy 207/N Park Street and then left (west) onto S. Railroad Street. Parking lot is on your right.

Visitor Services

Visitor Information
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National Register Individual Listing
State Register of Historic Places

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Posted in All Heritage Attractions, National Register of Historic Places, Transportation.