Union Depot

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With more than 100 years of service, it’s small wonder that this historic train station would have some occurances. Since opening as the Texas Tech School of Architecture, El Paso in 2012, fellow students have reported several strange occurances on the upper floor, including moving chairs, doors creaking, hair pulling outside of certain offices, and sightings of a child’s toy ball rolling about. Furthermore, it is not uncommong for the alarms in the basement (a locked/restricted space) to go off. Security Guards seem to believe this to be the work of the “Little Girl” spirit who plays there.

(Submitted by Lynn)

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Geographic Information

700 San Francisco
El Paso, TX 79901
United States

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31.757389, -106.49586220000003
El Paso County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
El Paso, TX (0.5 mi.)
Sunland Park, NM (5.6 mi.)
Fort Bliss, TX (6.3 mi.)
Santa Teresa, NM (10.8 mi.)
Prado Verde, TX (11.5 mi.)
Canutillo, TX (12.3 mi.)
Socorro, TX (13.4 mi.)
Socorro Mission Number 1 Colonia, TX (14.7 mi.)
Westway, TX (14.7 mi.)
Vinton, TX (14.8 mi.)


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