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Nice to see this station depot in its restoration status. Some historical information about the depot and Willcox. You can see a 13 minute video about the depot and town narrated by Rex Allen. Much of the depot now is used for city offices. If...More
In the heart of the Willcox Historic District and near the museum attractions this vintage rail station reminds me of those old westerns where the bad guys wait for the train and then terrorize everyone in town until our hero shows up to deal out...More
Willcox hosts 2 Wine Country festivals each year in Railroad Park. There is a $15 fee for 6 tastings and a commemorative glass. There are numerous wineries in the area, with full bottles available for purchase at the festival. Food is also available onsite. Many...More
This is a bit deceiving as it is not really a museum. It is however a great space as this old depot now houses town offices. There are a few piece written, and pictures, on the history of the depot and its evolution and restoration....More
Trains don't stop here any more. I have seen very few trains stop here. When I stay in Willcox I am 12 miles from town. I have to travel by depot to get to I 10. I have been stopped here for a train only...More
Great old train station! The street where the train station is is somewhat restored into the way it probably looked in the 1920s or 30s. Pretty neat. Rex Allen's horse, KoKo, is buried right across the street from his museum in a little park with...More