Sebring, Florida was a town that was served by both the Atlantic Coast Line and the Seaboard Air Line Railroads. The Atlantic Coast Line came to Sebring in June, 2012. Its first station was wooden. It was replaced in 1917 by a large combined freight and passenger station. This building was brick covered by stucco. After the merger of the SAL and the ACL in 1967, this station became redundant. It was demolished in 2000.
The only surviving train station in Sebring is old Seaboard Airline Railroad terminal. This is located at 601 East Center Avenue. This was built in 1924 by the Seaboard Airline Railroad. The building style is Mediterranean Revival. The walls are stuccoed. There is red barrel roof tile. There are round arch doorways and windows. There is decorative terra cotta.
There was an $800,000 rehabilitation project. The station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on 3/16/1990.