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Railroad Depot in Tecate, Mexico (c. 1916)

This important railroad station is the one of the best examples of Prairie Style commercial architecture in the cross border region, and was possibly designed by either John Lloyd Wright or Eugene Hoffman. The station is threatened by neglect and encroachment by the Tecate Brewery. Initially the station was part of the Spreckels San Diego-Arizona Railroad that was to hookup to transcontinental Southern Pacific Railroad at Seeley, California. SOHO contends that this could be a well restored and rehabilitated functioning train station and a major tourist destination for Tecate.

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