Free Plan of A.T.S.F. Hardeman Pass Depot

Free model railroad plan A.T.S.F. depot Hardeman Pass
A.T.S.F. depot at Hardeman Pass, Texas

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Originally built for the The Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railroad in 1909, it became headquarters for A.T.S.F. San Angelo operations when the entire line was absorbed into the A.T.S.F. system in 1929. It was abandoned when passenger service ended in 1965.