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A&NW RR Depot, Marble Falls

Description: Photograph of the Austin and Northwest Railroad depot in Marble Falls. The train station consists of a small building (on the right) with a garden (in the foreground). Men and women are gathered around a train and the building, looking towards the camera.
Date: 1888
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Historic Train Depot, Marshall]

Description: This train depot served the Texas & Pacific passenger traffic in Marshall when the city was a center for east-west transportation through Texas as well as a large railroad yard. Now the several trains which pass daily through the city are either T&P freight or AMTRAK. The depot has been restored by Marshall citizens and contains a museum. It is the centerpiece of the historic train district. The picture gives a side view of the building before its restoration.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[Historic Train Depot, Marshall]

Description: A view of the Texas and Pacific depot in Marshall. The lettering proclaims "Marshall Passenger Station." The tracks run on both sides of the building, so that passengers descend through a tunnel from the parking lot to reach the station. On the second floor balconies permit visitors to view both T&P freight and AMTRAK trains passing underneath. The depot was restored during the 1900s by Marshall citizens and now contains a museum. The depot is the centerpiece of the city's historic train district.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

Union Station, St. Louis, Mo.

Description: Color postcard depicting the St. Louis Union Station with its turrets and tower. Many people and carts are in the street in front of the large building. Correspondence on the back reads, "Am in St. Louis on my way home too late for #1 and will have all day to wait for #5. Guess I'll have a lonely time. Rosa." It is postmarked St. Louis, Mo on Aug 30, 1908.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes