National and State Register

Union Depot

Pueblo County

The circa 1890 Richardsonian Romanesque Revival style depot was designed by the Chicago architectural firm of Sprague and Newell.  It is constructed of heavy rock faced red sandstone. 

A photo of the depot with hipped roofs, tower in center and dormers peering out. The walls are a reddish brick color.

Union Depot (1996 photograph.)

An imposing structure, the depot was one of the largest and busiest in the region.  Associated property with the Railroads in Colorado, 1858-1948 Multiple Property Submission.