Established in the 1920's when the North Texas and Santa Fe Railroad
built across Hansford County; named for the railroad executive.
Today the country seat; industries include grain storage, shipping,
gas, oil , refineries, irrigated farming, and cattle.
- ROLLING PLAINS MULE TRAIN ASSOCIATION - A group of
area residents who for many years maintained mule teams and covered
wagons for old-fashioned rides across the plains, even up to week
long trips. The present activity is limited largely to parades.
- STATIONMASTER'S HOUSE MUSEUM - Two building complex
includes restored depot agent's home; exhibits feature home life,
general history of Hansford County. Outdoor exhibit of farm machinery
and an Indian sculpture. Open intermittently. Located at 30 South
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