The Midland Valley Railroad was a significant contributor to the early development of Oklahoma‘s oil industry and Muskogee represented the first Midland Valley station in the state. The Midland Valley depot in Muskogee recently underwent rehabilitation to house the Three Rivers Museum, but the office building requires similar attention.
|City/Town: • Muskogee|
|Location Class: • Railroad|
|Built: 1916 | Abandoned: 1916|
|Historic Designation: • National Register of Historic Places (2006)|
|Status: • Saved|
|Year(s) Listed: • 2011|