The Nevada–California–Oregon Railway Passenger Station (also known as the Lakeview Depot) is a historic train station in Lakeview, Oregon, United States. It was built in 1912 by contractor I. A. Underwood from plans by architect Frederic DeLongchamps. It was the northern terminus of the Nevada–California–Oregon Railway. The Southern Pacific Railroad company owned and operated the depot from 1928 until 1975, when it was closed.
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The Lakeview Depot is significant because it is an intact example of early 20th century railroad station architecture in eastern Oregon. It is also the only documented example of an Oregon building designed by Frederick J. DeLongchamps. Because of its architectural interest and the important role it played in the commercial development of Lakeview, the Nevada–California–Oregon Railway Passenger Station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on 22 August 1983. Today, the depot is privately owned.