440 N Toole Ave

Historic Southern Pacific Railroad Depot (2/29)

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Historic Southern Pacific Railroad Depot…400 E. Toole Avenue

Designed by B.J. Patterson of San Francisco, the Southern Pacific Railroad Depot was constructed in 1907 to replace the original Depot, a wooden structure built in 1880 and consumed by fire. The newer Depot was originally a magnificent example of the ornate Mission Revival style of architecture. In 1941, the building was partially demolished and redesigned. Many of its decorative elements were removed to conform to the more austere Spanish Colonial Revival style. In 2001 a renovation was completed by Poster Frost Associates, Inc.

Maynards Market & Kitchen, the East End Partner of Hotel Congress, is also located in the historic train depot, and offers an authentic dining experience in Downtown Tucson’s East End.  Maynards Kitchen, described by the New York Time’s as being “dark and handsome” features French inspired American food, hand-crafted cocktails and an award winning wine list in a hip, elegant atmosphere.  Maynards Market features quick-service, chef prepared food to take away or enjoy in an urban market setting, plus a boutique wine shop.

 

Continue west toward iron gates and look across Toole