Historic Depot

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400 E. Toole Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701

Built originally in 1907, renovated in 1941 and recently restored, the depot is the home to Tucson’s Amtrak station, shops, offices, the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum, and a restaurant coming soon. Locomotive 1673, a freight-hauling engine that logged over one million miles for Southern Pacific Railroad in Southern Arizona from 1900-1955 and featured in the film “Oklahoma”, is on-site, housed track-side under a canopy. An 1882 incident on the depot site involving Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday of Tombstone fame, is memorialized with a statue.

Restoration of the depot was completed by the City of Tucson in 2004. It is still a functioning Amtrak train station. It is also home to several local merchants including:


Atelier Laura Tanzer  

Maynards Market and Kitchen  

Salon Salon  

Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

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