Our history is a story of our ancestors' triumphs and failures, their hopes and dreams, their loves and losses. It is a story that connects us to each other and to the past. When we preserve history, we are not just preserving old buildings and artifacts. We are preserving the memories of those who came before us, and we are keeping their stories alive for future generations.
Built in 1928, the Depot train station is located in Everglade City and ran until 1956.
Take action by spreading the word.
Talk to your friends, family, and neighbors about the importance of preserving this building. You can help to ensure that this historic building is preserved for future generations.
Untold stories of the history of south west Florida.
There are so many ways to support our mission. Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities, donations, and ways to get our message to your community.
102 Collier Avenue, Everglades, Florida 34139, United States