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The Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe built north from Galveston and reached Saginaw around 1886. The Southern Kansas and GC&SF connected at Purcell in 1887. This gave the Santa Fe a through route from Kansas City to the Gulf. Although Fort Worth was the largest city along the route, initial crew change points were at Cleburne to the south and Gainesville to the north. The Santa Fe built a small yard at Saginaw to handle the local and interchange traffic with other railroads in Fort Worth. Today this yard is used for storage and by the roadrailer trains.
Santa Fe Railway Saginaw Yard