The Rock Island depot has been repeatedly devastated by natural causes and repeatedly rebuilt. Despite the loss of architectural integrity, it retains the elongated look of a depot, with its trackside bay and antique rolling stock, including a dining car. The two-block site of the Rock Island's now vanished roundhouse, water tower, and shops has been converted to a park. Among the attractions is the last of the county's sixty-eight one-room Schoolhouses, a relocated front-gabled model with a protruding entry and shiplap siding, dating from 1905.
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Limon Heritage Depot Museum, Schoolhouse, and Railroad Park
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