I love history. Whenever I can, I soak up as much of it as possible. I was looking at things to do in my local area and came across the historic Caldwell Train Depot in Caldwell, Idaho (701 Main Street). Established in 1883, the original train depot was a very small, unassuming building. By 1889, the people of Caldwell petitioned to have a nicer station built with a waiting room. By the early 1900s, the current, more elaborate building was constructed and remains one of the oldest, most significant historical buildings in the city.
The Caldwell Train Depot is available for weddings, receptions, meetings and other events, if you're interested. The first Saturday of every month, the depot's Interpretive Center is open from 12pm to 4pm. I plan on visiting there myself and getting my own pictures to post here in February. So, check back.
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