Perhaps the major railroad hub in Lewis County after its construction in 1912, the Centralia Union Depot served 44 passenger trains and 17 freight trains daily in its heyday.
Trains to towns throughout Lewis County and territories beyond stopped at the depot, which connected Centralia through the world through the primary means of travel at the time.
The depot was considered one of the major rail terminals in the region, and today serves passengers via Amtrak service. The Coast Starlight allows for access up and down the entire West Coast, from Seattle to Los Angeles; Amtrak Cascades brings passengers from Vancouver, B.C. on south and vice versa.
The building still retains much of its original look, with the architecture indoors having undergone a restoration in the early part of the 2000s.
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