Sebastopol Depot of the Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railway

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Sebastopol Depot
Sebastopol Depot of the Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railway, 261 S. Main St., Sebastopol, CA 7-11-2010 3-44-21 PM.JPG
The Depot now serving as a museum, 2010
Sebastopol Depot of the Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railway is located in California
Sebastopol Depot of the Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railway
Sebastopol Depot of the Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railway is located in the US
Sebastopol Depot of the Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railway
Location 261 South Main Street
Sebastopol, California
Coordinates 38°24′03″N 122°49′19″W / 38.400833°N 122.821944°W / 38.400833; -122.821944Coordinates: 38°24′03″N 122°49′19″W / 38.400833°N 122.821944°W / 38.400833; -122.821944
Built 1917–1918
Architect Brainerd Jones
Architectural style Mission Revival
NRHP reference # 96000109
Added to NRHP February 16, 1996

Petaluma Depot was an interurban train station in Sebastopol, California. It was served by the Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad and was adjacent to the railway's powerhouse. Official operations ceased in 1932 with the rest of P&SR passenger service. It was leased as retail space for a time before being converted to a museum.[1]

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  1. ^ "NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES REGISTRATION FORM". Department of the Interior. Retrieved 3 June 2017.