Movie set work brings changes to Pawhuska

Pawhuska Journal-Capital
This locomotive was added to movie set developments last week in Pawhuska, as crews prepared a lot south of Allen Brothers to look like a 1920s Fairfax, Oklahoma train depot.
This is an image of the ruin of the freight building on the old Midland Valley Railroad depot site in Pawhuska, as it appeared after movie set workers cleaned up the lot, located south of Allen Brothers Feed & Supply on 5th Street. Set development workers built a wooden frame for a "train station" around it.
In this image, set development workers put up a wooden frame around the old, brick freight building ruin on the old Midland Valley Railroad depot site. They are constructing a "train station" for the filming of Martin Scorsese's adaptation of David Grann's bestselling book, "Killers of the Flower Moon."
This is an image of the 1920s "Fairfax train station" that set development workers have constructed in Pawhuska, building around the ruin of the old MIdland Valley freight building.
Set development workers were busy on a recent rainy morning in downtown Pawhuska, preparing buildings on Kihekah Avenue for filming.