Jasper, TX

Jasper was an example of an early GC&SF standard depot. Several depots of this general style are known to have been built, with low pitched roofs and high wainscotting. San Augustine and the old depot from Goldthwaite are other surviving examples. GC&SF would eventually adopt a style nearly identical to parent AT&SF's pre-1910 standards. R.J. McKay took these two photos of the depot in 1982.
The Jasper depot was moved off site following its retirement in the early 1980's and was being used as a community theater when Shane Murphy took these photos in April 2002.

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