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1906 – Great Northern Depot, Fargo, North Dakota

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Architect: Samuel Bartlett

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When this building was constructed in 1906, it was on the northern outskirts of the city, now it is firmly downtown. Designed in a Richardon Romanesque style, the building has a picturesque tower and attractive round-headed windows. The architect Samuel Bartlett also designed the home of the Railway magnet who developed this line, James J. Hill, in St. Paul.

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