| less than one acre|
11 June 1992
| 1910 (1910)|
| S of jct. of River and First Sts., Ozark, Arkansas|
Bungalow/craftsman, Plain Traditional
Historic Railroad Depots of Arkansas MPS
Missouri-Pacific Depot-Ozark Wikipedia
The Missouri-Pacific Depot, Ozark, now the Ozark Area Depot Museum, is a historic railroad station and museum at 1st and River Streets in Ozark, Arkansas. It is a roughly rectangular stone structure with a hip roof, standing between River Street and the railroad tracks. On its southern (rail-facing) side a telegrapher's booth projects. The roof has broad eaves extending around the building, supported by large Craftsman-style knee braces, and with exposed rafters visible. The station was built in 1910 by the Missouri-Pacific Railroad, and is notable for its association with the economically important railroad, and for its fine Craftsman architecture. It is now a local history museum.
The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.