#20: Historic Railroad Depot

414 N Toole Ave Tucson

The Turquoise Trail/#20: Historic Railroad Depot
Presidio San Agustin del Tucson Museum
Written By Presidio San Agustin del Tucson Museum

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Built in 1907, the depot was restored in 2004 to its 1942 appearance. In addition to a functioning passenger train lobby, it houses an Amtrak office, Maynard’s deli and restaurant and an excellent museum highlighting transportation (especially trains). Historic steam locomotive #1673 is located at trackside. A life-size sculpture of Wyatt Earp and “Doc” Holliday marks the 1882 incident ending with the death of Frank Stilwell near the first depot (now near the locomotive).

Don't miss the gorgeous architecture of this railroad station
Check out Maynard's Market and Kitchen

The Turquoise Trail

#20: Historic Railroad Depot

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