A solidly-built, rectangular red-brick structure including brick water table, which is topped with a double brick band around the entire building and in line with the window sills (classic Prairie style). The station manager's bay window is tower-like; that is, the bay area extends above and outward from the eave line. A strange, multi-pitched roof - primarily a dormer on main roof and with a gable roof extending the ridge to the bay's front. It's like a hipped dormer with a gable end. Italianate architecture features a tower, which often is a square, flat-topped Italian belvedere or campanile watch tower and the brackets that support the broad eave. Decorative brickwork band along street and track sides above windows and doors.
(submitted by Rich A. on 07/20/14)