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This fine stone station in the Richardsonian style served the Tuxedo Park area of Webster Groves, Missouri. The station was built in 1890 at a cost of $6,315 and was probably designed by Douglas Donovan.
The former Mississippi River & Bonne Terre Railway (later Missouri Pacific) railroad station at Bonne Terre, Missouri. Note the English telephone box, the design of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, architect of Liverpool Cathedral.
The station at Kirkwood, Missouri, still used daily by Amtrak. The building was designed by MoPac staff architect, Douglas Donovan, in 1893, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kirkwood station from a postcard of 1905 showing Donovan's original canopy at the east end.
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