Frisco Train Depot in Tuttle 1902

While rail travel was more popular a century ago, railroads running through Oklahoma moved more cattle and industrial cargo than people, as in the Northeast. Nevertheless, railroads helped to build Oklahoma into a thriving state, even before statehood in 1907. This image was taken at the Frisco Train Depot in Tuttle in 1902.

The Tuttle Then and Now gallery displayed at the First National Bank & Trust Co. in Tuttle was designed to commemorate the people and places that make Tuttle unique. FNBT has been an independent community bank serving central and southwest Oklahoma since 1892.