A picturesque building composed of a stone base carried up to the window sills, with brick walls above, the depot was built on a domestic scale. Dramatically extended brackets and struts support the cantilevered roof; below the wide roof soffit is a pattern of round, segmental arched, and square-topped windows.
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Rock Island Railroad Depot
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