The Lampasas depot was a unique structure combining a brick waiting room and office section and a corrugated metal freight section. The depot was located at the end of a spur that came into town from the main line. By 1974, the depot had been converted into the Lampasas Chamber of Commerce. R.J. McKay photograph.

The depot was given Texas Historic Landmark status in the 1960's. When Hume Kading photographed the depot on the last day of 1998, it looking much as it had 24 years earlier. Additional photos by Hume are also available. By 2007, the Chamber had vacated the depot and it was listed for sale.

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