Further Models and Scenes and an Animation of the Old Santa Fe Passenger
Depot in Winfield, KS.
- 3D Model of Santa Fe Passenger Depot
- wsfdep11.htm 640 x 480 picture with comments.
- WSFDE611.JPG (640 x 480 pixels)
- WSFDD611.JPG (view of baggage cart leaving
- WSFDC611.JPG (view from south)
- WSFDEP11.JPG (approx 1500 x 900 pixels)
- WSF3D1.JPG 3D Stereo, South View with baggage
- WSFLEV12.JPG The version 12 model set into
a photograph of the old site taken from the levee by Jim Davis.
- WSF13C3D.JPG 3D Stereo Image, South View
with DM&A Engine #5
- WSFLEW13.JPG The version 13 (night time)
model set into Levee picture.
- WSFS3D13.JPG 3D Stereo Image, South View,
loaded baggage cart, lights under cover, lights on sign.
- WSF143D1.JPG 3D Stereo Image, South View
slightly different viewpoint.
- WSF14S.JPG The version 14 (ray traced lighting
with shadows) from the South.
- WSF14T3D.JPG 3D Stereo Image, South, good
shadows, dramatic view.
- WSF15LVA.JPG Day Time scene Levee Picture,
- WSF15T2A.JPG Picture from 14th Street with
modern freight train passing.
- WSFCHA1.JPG Photograph of old Santa Fe station
with DM&A Engine #4, Chautauqua, headed north.
- WSF15C10.JPG High-res image (1000pixels
wide) of the model dropped into the original background.
- WSFCOMP1.JPG Photographic comparison of
the model to the original. Several things still not quite right.
Animation for those who find motion easier for depth perception than
This is version 14 as seen from a passing train, at night. Low res, but
small file. Plays well when you boost the resolution X2. Most multimedia
player programs should handle it. If you have problems, let me know. This
is an experiment. On my system, which is running Netscape 3.0, the .avi
file loads directly into the browser and you have to right click to get
a menu which says "play". On others it may load directly into
your media player, if your system is configured for this to happen, or it
may simply prompt you for a file name to save to, so you can invoke it from
your player manually. Good luck.
The Site of the Santa Fe Passenger Depot Today.
South of 14th Street, just east of the levee, on the west side of Winfield,
This is the view of the old Santa Fe Passenger Depot Site, looking east
from the levee, south of 14th Street.
This is the sign telling passengers (if there were
any) that they are, indeed, in Winfield. The fenced storage area in the
background is the site of the old foundation.
A little further back toward 14th Street.
A current day train passing the old site.
No passengers in sight at this site. Note the
old brick paving, under the asphault in the driveway.
Original Architects Drawing of Santa Fe Passenger Depot
WSFSTA.JPG 1868x1085 Image
WSFSTB.JPG 640x480 Image 34,920 bytes
WSFSTS.JPG 160x93 Image above
Thanks to Jim Davis of Winfield for the photographs, taken in April,
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