For the next 65 years, this was a terminal not only for passengers, but also for the abundant citrus crops produced nearby. But by '68, of course, travelers were coming to Florida by automobile and by plane.
The depot features a Mediterranean Revival architectural style, once a wooden building, it today has a wood & stucco exterior, and the design reflects the influence of the Mediterranean architecture that was popular in Florida during the early 20th century. Today it is a museum.
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