Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 79003639
Historic Name ROCK ISLAND DEPOT
Description of Significance THE ENID ROCK ISLAND DEPOT WAS BUILT IN 1910. THIS SINGLE STORY MISSION/SPANISH COLONIAL REVIVAL STYLE DEPOT IS SIGNIFICANT AS AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF HOW THE RAILROAD INDUSTRY FOSTERED THE GROWTH OF ENID INTO THE MAJOR PORT FOR GRAIN SHIPPING IN OKLAHOMA. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 7/18/79.
Current Name SAME
Address 125 E. OWEN K. GARRIOTT ROAD
City ENID
County GARFIELD
Lot
Block
Current Section 7
Township 22N
Range 6W
Type BUILDING
Historic Function TRANSPORTATION: RAIL- RELATED
Current Function RECREATION AND CULTURE: MUSEUM
Area Signficance 1 TRANSPORTATION
Area Significance 2 ARCHITECTURE
Date Prepared JULY 4, 1994
Year Built 1910
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, BUILDER
Architectural Style MISSION/SPANISH COLONIAL REVIVAL
Roof Material TERRA COTTA
Wall Material STUCCO
Window Material
Door Material WOOD
Decorative Details SPANISH MISSION PARAPET ON GABLED ENDS OF ROOF, TILE INLAY IN STUCCO, CAST STONE COPING, STUCCO ARCH DETAILS OVER WINDOWS, WOOD BRACKETS
Condition FAIR
Comments
Restricted N