The Union Pacific Railroad Logan, Utah, passenger station was built shortly before the turn of the century, during that lines’s short ownership by Oregon Short Line.
A typical 19th Century railroad depot, the Logan station had some attractive details. hip roof covered 178 feet of platform. The symmetrical floor plan was split by the telegrapher’s bay, featuring ticket windows in each of the waiting rooms.
A timeless classic perfect for any model railroad layout based from the end of the 19th Century to the modern era, the small size of the building would fit well as a smaller town station, and the long platform could be selectively compressed if need be to fit a smaller space.