Ron & Carrie Woliver at the unveiling of the new Texas Historical Marker.
A creative and energetic group of volunteers who made the Depot come alive again!
Thank you so much for your time and efforts! Hope you all have a wonderful holiday season!
Friends of the Orange Depot
The depot at night in Hurricane Season
September 1st 2018
Photo courtesy of Tricia Stroud Photography. Tricia is a volunteer with Friends of the Orange Depot.
DEPOT DAY 2018
Among the many activities available to attendees at Depot Day 2018 was a photo kiosk where they could take their own picture and have it emailed on-the-spot.
Thanks to Neches Federal Credit Union for allowing us to borrow this fabulous tool.
The Doggie Day contest drew numerous entries and observers.
Other activities included train rides on the street, tattoos (temporary), Mexican Folklorica Dancers, and a great balloon-man.
OVER 500 CAME TO SEE OUR COMPLETED RENOVATION
AT THE DEPOT OPEN HOUSE MAY 7
Fundraising Continues For Our Museum Exhibits.
The Orange Train Depot Museum, will feature exciting exhibits about Orange industrial history: railroad transportation, lumber, shipbuilding & petrochemicals.
Where We Came From
Where We’re Going
How Can You Help?
Save The Depot
Our purpose is to restore the 1910 Southern Pacific railroad depot at the gateway of the Orange historic district and transform it into a museum for all to enjoy. Specifically, the overall goals of our program are:
For an exciting look at the Depot history, view this excellent short documentary produced by Trevier Gonzalez & Jonathan Tippett, Lamar University students at LUTV in Beaumont.
Ground Breaking video
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