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Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Depot (Boonville, Missouri)

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Built  1912
NRHP Reference #  82005312
Added to NRHP  16 March 1990
MPS  Boonville Missouri MRA
Opened  1912
Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Depot (Boonville, Missouri)
Location  320 First St., Boonville, Missouri
Architectural styles  Mission Revival architecture, Spanish Colonial Revival architecture
People also search for  Missouri–Kansas–Texas Bridge

Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Depot is a historic train station located at Boonville, Cooper County, Missouri. It was built in 1912 by the Missouri–Kansas–Texas Railroad. It is a one-story, nine bay, Mission Revival-Spanish Colonial Revival style building sheathed in stucco. A projecting bay which houses a telegrapher's station and the patrons' and trainmen's lobby. It features stepped and arched brick parapets at each gable end supported by three arched columns.

The Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Depot was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.

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Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Depot (Boonville, Missouri) Wikipedia


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