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Built in 1873.

The Logan Freight Depot is the oldest rail-related building in Logan and the Cache Valley. It is the only surviving example of the numerous frame buildings that served the Logan rail yard. The historical significance of the building represents the efforts of the residents of the somewhat isolated Cache Valley to create links to the rest of Utah and beyond.
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The Logan Freight Depot is the oldest rail-related building in Logan and the Cache Valley. It is the only surviving example of the numerous frame buildings that served the Logan rail yard. The historical significance of the building represents the efforts of the residents of the somewhat isolated Cache Valley to create links to the rest of Utah and beyond. The depot not only served passengers and freight, but was also the location of a telegraph office and early telephone service. Building the railroad was a community effort, with many local residents participating in the construction of the rail line. 

The coming of the railroad to Cache Valley opened up new markets for the valley’s superior agricultural  products, particularly to the mining camps of Montana in the late nineteenth century. The stone and passenger depot, built in 1890, symbolized the best the railroad had to offer the city of Logan and the Cache Valley. In contrast, the utilitarian freight depot building represented the often antagonistic relationship of the community to the railroad companies. The period of significance of the building, between the early 1880s and the late 1950s, representing the early  struggles to establish the railroad, the peak of rail activity, and the eventual decline of the industry in the Logan and the Cache Valley.

ADAM WINGER

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75 South, 600 West,
Logan, UT, 84321

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