Willow Bunch Telegraph Office
Helping to preserve the history of Willow Bunch
Telegraph Office changing with time...
retrieving current conditions...

Welcome to the Willow Bunch Telegraph Office website!

The historic Willow Bunch Telegraph Office, at more than 110 years old, is the oldest building in the town of Willow Bunch. This two story balloon-framed, ridge-roof house was built in the early 1900s to serve as the telegraph office for the area. This telegraph office operated from 1904 to 1931. Afterwards the building went on to serve as the Village Office, Credit Union, and SGI office. It was also home to several families over the years.

In 2007 I rescued the property and embarked on an ambitious project to restore the building to the look it had in the early 1900s when it served as the telegraph office for the area. This restoration project is a major ground up restoration, parts of which are still in progress today.

You are invited to browse through this website to learn about the history of the Willow Bunch Telegraph Office, its telegraph equipment, and the restoration project. If you have any questions or comments about the Willow Bunch Telegraph Office, the restoration project, or this website, please do not hesitate to contact me.