Geraldine Milwaukee Depot - Geraldine
The Geraldine Milwaukee Depot, built in 1913, is a great example of one of America's small-town, turn-of-the-century wooden depots. It has a unique design and was given special attention since the town's namesake, Geraldine Rockefeller. was the daughter of the principal Milwaukee stockholder, William A. Rockefeller. The exterior has been fully restored, and the building is located on its original site next to the still active short-line Central Montana Railroad. Displays document the role of railroad played in developing the large agricultural area, and include a freight room and ticket/express office.