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Tucson Historic Train Depot in ArizonaTucson Historic Train Depot

414 North Toole Avenue

Tucson, Arizona 85701



Open Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11am - 3pm, Friday, Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sunday 11am -3pm


Downtown Tucson is generally classified as north of 22nd Street, east of I-10, and southwest of Toole Avenue and the Union Pacific (formerly Southern Pacific) railroad tracks, site of the Tucson historic train depot and "Locomotive #1673", built in 1900.

When you hear Tucson historical tales about how the railroad arrived in Tucson, you think the City of Tucson was reborn. The Tucson historic train depot has become the heart of the downtown Tucson neighborhood. Which isn't surprising considering all that's happened in Tucson since 1880. On March 20, 1882 for instance. Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday shot the outlaw Frank Stilwell near this very spot following the famous shootout at O.K. Corral. Or, consider that in 1900, President William McKinley stepped onto the same platform that you can stand on now at the Tucson historic train depot. Not to mention that John Dillinger's entire gang was loaded onto a Chicago train at Tucson historic train depot by local authorities.

Actually, the Tucson historic train depot you see in the heart of Tucson is not the original; it's a larger version built in 1907. And following the Tucson historic train depot time serving passengers and freight for the likes of Southern Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads, and its renovation completed in 2004, this Tucson historic train depot building has become not just a part of Tucson's history, but a thriving place to shop, eat and mingle. And yes the trains still do stop at the Tucson historic train depot. Please let us know if we can help you, your family or friends with any real estate in Arizona: info@MyOwnArizona.com. We are here for you!


Explore more of Tucson's Heritage:

⇒ San Xavier del Bac Mission

⇒ The Postal History Foundation

⇒ Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

⇒ Arizona Historical Society

⇒ Tucson Presidio San Agustín del Tucsón

⇒ Arizona State Museum

⇒ El Presidio Historic District

⇒ Airplane Graveyards

⇒ Tombstone's Historic Courthouse State Park

⇒ Amerind Foundation

⇒ Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum

⇒ Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum

⇒ Tucson Historic Train Depot

⇒ McFarland State Historic Park

⇒ Old Pueblo Trolley

⇒ Tubac Presidio State Historic Park

⇒ Hotel Congress

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