Spanish Mission Revival

 the A,B, & A Railroad Depot was built at the turn of the century, during the height of American Spanish Mission Revival. The sole distinguishing characteristic of this style is the Spanish mission typical roof parapet with heavy coping. These parapets are generaly reminiscent of those on the Alamo. Original Ludiwici clay tiles are another distinctive feature of the depot.
A,B, & A Railroad Depot (Currently City Hall) 116 N Johnston Street