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El Paso Union Depot


category : Railroad History
Built in 1906 as the first international train station in the U.S., the handsome renovated building now serves AMTRAK and is home to the city's transportation system, Sun Metro.


Address: Located behind the Convention Center.

Come visit us in El Paso, Texas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

El Paso Centennial Museum

Archeology, anthropology, geology;

El Paso, TX Museums

Hueco Tanks State Historical Site

Precious water from infrequent rains "stored" in natural rock basins; for centuries a strategic travel stop in this arid region. Ancient Indian pictographs, plus names of '49

El Paso, TX Historic Sites

Concordia Cemetery

Historic cemetery and landmark. The cemetery is divided into five parts, including the actual "Boot Hill."

El Paso, TX Cemeteries



Things to do Railroad History near El Paso, TX

Railroad Bunkhouse

Constructed prior to 1900, the bunkhouse is one of the oldest buildings in Sanderson. Assessed in 2001 as being sound and wor...

El Paso Union Depot

Built in 1906 as the first international train station in the U.S., the handsome renovated building now serves AMTRAK and is ...

Pecos Depot

This landmark depot was purchased from the Panhandle- Santa Fe Railway in 1972. Built in 1892 it served as a railway terminal...

Texon Santa Fe Depot Museum

The Town of Texon, Texas was founded in 1924 by the Big Lake Oil Company. Texon was established on the railroad line owned by...

Railroad & Transportation Museum of El Paso

The oldest Classic American locomotive (1857) in the West is the feature exhibit. After being listed as a National Treasure, ...