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Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Depot

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1915. 1994, Erickson Architects. Northeast corner of W. Dartmouth Ave. and S. Galapago St.

One of the Santa Fe Railroad's characteristic Mission Revival depots, this elongated frame rectangle with a symmetrical stucco facade, projecting eaves, and corbeled brackets under curvilinear parapets was abandoned in 1979. Originally the waiting room and baggage rooms were separate buildings joined by a breezeway. The depot was moved here in 1994 from Hampden Avenue and Santa Fe Drive and restored as a home for the Englewood Historical Society.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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