Historic District

Downtown El Reno

The Historic heart of El Reno! Many of these buildings have a lot of character and showcase classic American architecture with many turn of the century buildings!

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El Reno Museum 

Restored Railroad depot sitting on the historic 98th Meridian, with historic exhibits and several historic buildings.The Museum is located in the old Rock Island Depot, listed in the National Register of Historic Places which was acquired by the Canadian County Historical Society for use as a museum. The museum grounds have a number of historic buildings and also General Sheridan’s cabin, the oldest standing structure in Canadian County.

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Trolley on Rails

El Reno is the only city in Oklahoma to have a streetcar in operation in the downtown area. At one time the electric powered trams linked it with Yukon and Oklahoma City. It operated from 1903 to 1947 and other lines reached Guthrie, Edmond and Norman.

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Mennonite Church

Built in 1893 it is the oldest building of the Mennonite Faith in Oklahoma. The Mennonites moved from Berne Indiana to the new territory to provide missionaries for the area.

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Historic Photos

Visit the Canadian County Historic Society Website 

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