Flagler Union Railway Station
St. Augustine Florida
|Unknown date - from Florida Memory Project - Notice park!
|It was the Union Depot because the Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Halifax Railway, St. Augustine
& North Beach, St. Johns Railway, and St. Augustine & Palatka Railroad used the depot. It was
opened on January 10, 1889. Today, part of the park remains that used to contain a flower garden
and two fountains (formerly 75 x 300 feet). The cost of the depot property was $20,054 for 10
and 94/100 acres of land.
|Original Location at Union Station