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In the west side of present day WaKeeney, Trego Station was created by the railroad. It consisted of two section houses for railroad workers. When the railroad moved west, non-railroad workers moved into the section houses. A water tank remained for railroad purposes.The ethnicity of its settlers remains unknown.
Kroeger, Nadine. Interview by author. Forsyth Library. Hays, KS. 6 September 2002.
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