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The station opened in 1909, some 22 years after the first passenger train came through in 1887. They kept coming until 1979. There was a gap of 20 years before Amtrak began running a daily service from Oklahoma City to Fort Worth. Now, every morning at about nine Amtrak comes through; it returns about nine in the evening. Freight traffic is much denser with a couple of dozen trains daily. Some residents consider them a nuisance. What can you say? There's no accounting for people.

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