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Manzanola Train Depot

 

 Manzanola Depot

Manzanola Depot Before

MANZANOLA DEPOT BEFORE REHABILITATION

 Manzanola Depot After

MANZANOLA DEPOT AFTER REHABILITATION

 Manzanola Train Depot

MANZANOLA DEPOT BEFORE REHABILITATION

 Manzanola Depot Grand Opening

MANZANOLA DEPOT AFTER REHABILITATION

Assessment and Rehabilitation
Manzanola Train Depot
Manzanola, CO
 

 

Marc Diament Architecture worked with the Town of Manzanola in the planning, design and construction of the restoration of the train depot in Manzanola, Colorado.

The project to restore the Manzanola Depot for multi-purpose uses included housing the Manzanola Town Hall, Police Department, Museum and Senior Center. The project, which was carried out by the Town of Manzanola in conjunction with Tri-County Housing & Community Development Corporation, is central to the following missions of the Town of Manzanola government:
 
• Providing municipal services
• Supporting local organizations such
as the Senior Center, Lions Club and
VFW
• Coordination with local volunteer fire
department
• Fostering economic development by
enhancing the Town’s unique
qualities through historic
preservation

Manzanola Depot

Originally constructed in 1913, the depot is an example of the Santa Fe Railroad’s southwestern Mission Revival design style – a style that reflected both the operational area served by the railroad
and its adopted corporate image. It is an excellent example of the Santa Fe’s County Seat type of combination passenger and freight depots. Though the depot has been withdrawn from active railroad service, it has gained the allegiance and affection
of Manzanola’s citizens who enjoy its beauty and history.

 


Manzanola Depot Interior

Manzanola Depot

 

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