| less than one acre|
10 February 1992
| 522 Morse St., Antigo, Wisconsin|Antigo Depot Wikipedia
The Antigo Depot is a historic railroad station in Antigo, Wisconsin. The depot was designed in 1907 by Charles Sumner Frost of the architectural firm Frost & Granger in the Classical Revival style for the Chicago and North Western Railway. The two-story building also housed offices for a Chicago and North Western division headquarters. After rail service to the station ended, it was converted to apartments in 1992. The depot was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 10, 1992.