Monday, January 14, 2008

Flagstaff's 1st Train Depot

This is Flagstaff's original train depot. Built in 1889, it was constructed from local moenkopi sandstone, which is what gives it it's characteristic red rock color. It was used until 1927 when it was replaced by Flagstaff's current train depot and Amtrak station.

Here's another view of it from a previous post.


Jim said...

It looks very western, if there is a western look. LOL. The sandstone is nice.

Pat said...

Very nice. I love anything to do with the railroads. Love the way the sun is shining on the front of the building!


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