Arcadia, Florida Atlantic Coast Line Station

Arcadia, Florida Rail Road Station 10/8/2021

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station Arcadia, Fl 10/9/2021

Arcadia, Florida Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 10/8/2021

Arcadia, Florida Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station 10/8/2021  Front Entrance

Arcadia, Florida Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station 10/8/2021  Rear Entrance

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station Arcadia, Fl Side 10/8/2021

Same as above 10/8/2021

Same as above 10/8/2021

Same as above 10/8/2021

Arcadia, Florida Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station 10/8/2021

Same as above 10/8/2021

Train Signal

     The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station in Arcadia was opened in 1911. It served passengers until April, 1971.  The rails leading to and exiting from the station were removed in 1980.

     In the 1980’s, the station was renovated at a cost of $250,000 by developer Lee Stevenson. It currently  has many retail spaces, lawyer offices, and insurance agencies.  At one time, there was a small history museum.

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