These two depots that once handled busy passenger and freight traffic now shelter artists, local historians, and genealogists. The long Italianate structure with board-and-batten sheathing is now the Arts Depot, a gallery with studios for local artists. Built as a passenger station it was demoted to a freight depot after the completion of the 1909 station. This later one is constructed of yellow brick with a roof that extends beyond the walls to shelter waiting passengers. Half-timbering in the gables adds what would then have been a modernizing touch of Tudor Revival.
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