Great Overland Train Station

Topeka, KS

The Union Pacific Great Overland Station (Gilbert Stanley Underwood, 1927) was once reputed to be the finest passenger station on the line, but it was abandoned in 1988 and damaged by fire in 1992. The station was donated to the Topeka Railroad Days, and efforts were established to preserve the station and transform it into a railroad heritage museum. EverGreene was selected to restore the plasterwork to its original magnificence.

Architect of Record: Schwerdt Design Group
Executive Design Architect: GLPM Architects
General Contractor: Kelley Construction