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Anchorage Depot

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Owned by  Alaska Railroad
Built by  Alaska Railroad
Opened  1942
Owner  Alaska Railroad
Added to NRHP  27 August 1999
Tracks  4
NRHP Reference #  99001027
Phone  +1 907-265-2494
Rebuilt  1948
Architect  Manley & Mayer
Anchorage Depot
Location  411 West 1st Avenue Anchorage, AK 99501 United States
Platforms  1 side platform 1 Island
Address  411 W 1st Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501, USA
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Anchorage Depot, also known as Alaska Railroad Depot, is the railroad station at the center of the Alaska Railroad system at the junction of the two main lines their trains run on. It serves as the starting point for many tourists traveling on the luxury trains such as the Denali Star. The station is a Moderne-style three story concrete building, built in 1942 and enlarged in 1948.

It is located at the base of a hill, below downtown Anchorage. It measures 338 feet (103 m) by 45 feet (14 m).

In 1999, it was deemed significant in the history of transportation in Alaska and nominated for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The depot, built of concrete and steel and well-equipped, was held to represent the railroad's transition from wooden structures and equipment inadequate for challenges of the World War II era and since.

It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 27, 1999.


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