The Ashland station or Soo Line Depot in Ashland, Wisconsin, United States, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. It is a brownstone building and was used by the Wisconsin Central and later by the Soo Line Railroad. Passenger train service to the Soo Line Depot ended on January 6, 1959, when trains 117 and 118 were discontinued from Ashland to Spencer.
Gutted by a fire in April 2000, but rebuilt to the beautiful station you see here in 2007.
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