The 1869 station has been rebuilt a few times because of age and fire damage, and is now a museum. The site of a 1944 wreck called the Bagley Train Disaster, which killed 48 and injured 79, the station is said to be haunted by a woman who walks the upstairs hallways and only speaks to males. Witnesses here also have heard children playing, unexplained footsteps, and loud bangs, and poltergeist activities have been reported as well.
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- 2501 Wall Ave
Ogden, UT 84401
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- 41.22076084335963, -111.97959369423188
- Weber County, Utah
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- Ogden, UT (0.3 mi.)
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