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E. M. Tucker

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E. M. Tucker
Structures  Little Rock Union Station, Texarkana Union Station, El Dorado Missouri Pacific Depot

E. M. Tucker was an American architect of St. Louis, Missouri, who worked for the Missouri Pacific Railroad.

Tucker worked for the Illinois Central Railroad beginning in 1901. Tucker was a member of American Railway Engineering Association, and served in the Association's Committee XXIII Shops and Locomotive Terminals in 1920. At least six structures designed by Tucker are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Three stations, in Little Rock and Texarkana, Arkansas, and Washington, Missouri, are still in use by Amtrak as passenger stations.

Works

  • Missouri Pacific depot, Prescott, Arkansas, 1912
  • St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Depot, Sikeston, Missouri, 1916, NRHP 0001549
  • Missouri Pacific Freight Station, Independence, Kansas, 1916
  • Missouri Pacific Roundhouse, Joplin, Missouri, c1917
  • Missouri Pacific Depot, Charleston, Missouri, 1917, NRHP 72000722
  • Missouri Pacific Passenger Station, Mineral Point, Missouri, 1918
  • Missouri Pacific Depot, El Dorado, Kansas, 1918, NRHP 94000429
  • Union Station, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1921, NRHP 77000270
  • Missouri Pacific Station, Lake Village, Arkansas, 1922
  • Missouri Pacific Station, Washington, Missouri, 1923
  • Missouri Pacific Station, Harrisburg, Arkansas, c1923
  • Missouri Pacific Railroad Hospital, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1925
  • Missouri Pacific Building, St. Louis, Missouri, 1928, NRHP 02001441, Mauran, Russell & Crowell with E. M. Tucker
  • Union Station, Texarkana, Arkansas, 1930, NRHP 78000611
  • References

    E. M. Tucker Wikipedia


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