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ARCADIA DEPOT

HISTORIC ARCADIA DEPOT

a train on a railroad track

VISIT THE DEPOT!

Originally built in 1869, the historic Arcadia train depot was once the bustling center of the town of Arcadia. The depot saw both passenger and freight traffic, especially during the gas boom.

Today the Arcadia Depot serves as a museum and window into the past. The depot shows visitors the history of the Arcadia community and the Nickel Plate Road through interactive museum panels and tangible displays.
The Depot is open to the public, free of charge, Saturdays from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. from May-September.

The Depot is located at 107 W South Street, Arcadia IN

a vintage photo of a train
a house in the middle of a park

BOOK A FREE TOUR!

To book a private tour of the historic depot (during any month), contact Toni Dickover at [email protected]

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