“Olde Dobbin Station” will provide a unique experience for its clients through the use of old structures built in the early 1900’s, restored to their original look and feel, while adding a vintage touch. The buildings were initially used by oil companies as a “pumping station” and later became a famous place of fellowship for those in the community due to its Artesian Water Well. It became the community “swimming hole” according to many of the locals and remains a historical marker for the community and its residents.
Olde Dobbin has recently renovated its final structure and officially has made it into a chapel. Olde Dobbin is pleased to now offer a chapel, grooms room, bridal suite and reception area along with their outdoor ceremony site. The “chapel” was initially used in the late 1800’s as a pump house for the nearby trains' steam.