This passenger depot at McAllen, TX, on the border with Mexico, was built in 1927, and served as the passenger station for McAllen until passenger service ceased in 1952. The details of the depot are similar to
the one at Edinburg, TX
, in that they are reminiscient of the Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture. Between 1952 and 1985, the building housed public agencies such as the city police, jail and municipal court. Today it serves as a law office. Photo by Dave Matthews, April 2008.
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