This Southern Pacific passenger depot in Edinburg, TX, was built in 1927 and opened in August 1 of that year. An example of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, with features such as double entries, built-in benches and tile detailing, it saw service up until 1952, when passenger service along the line ceased. Edinburg continued to see freight traffic until 1982. See also the
passenger station at nearby McAllen, TX
. Photo by Dave Matthews, April 2008.
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