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Weston's Train Depot sits at the bottom of Main Street. This cell phone art print of the Train Depot is available exclusively through Cactus Creek. Scroll down to learn more about the artist, Bernie Lee, her process, and the history of the Train Depot.
Weston, Missouri's Train Depot is actually the third depot since Weston was established in 1837. This depot was originally built in 1922. Passenger trains quit using the depot in 1965 and the building sat empty for almost 30 years. In the Mid-90's Burlington Northern decided it was ready to sell the building to the City of Weston, which they did for the price of ONE Dollar. In order to make the building functional it had to be moved 80 feet from the railroad tracks, the cost was $250,000. After several more years of fund raising the building was rehabilitated to serve as Weston's City Hall which was officially opened in 2002.
Weston's historic train depot is illustrated in our Weston Train Depot Cell Phone Print by artist Bernie Lee. Bernie uses just her finger tip and cell phone to bring our favorite Weston locations to life in an art line that is available exclusively through Cactus Creek. To see all of the art available from Bernie click HERE.