February 12, 2014 | Volume 101 / Number 7

Facelift For Glasgow Train Depot

BNSF, Tourism Business Improvement District aim to make it happen

It might not be a memorable building for some. The white building with cracks and dingy paint isn't an attractive view, and some worry it might give the wrong impression of Glasgow. While it looks weathered, it's also a building that's used on a daily basis.

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Bonnie Davidson / The Courier
The Glasgow train station is looking to get a facelift this spring. BNSF and the Tourism Business Improvement District have been discussing the upgrades to help make the building improve the image of BNSF and Glasgow.

The Glasgow Train Depot has seen years of weather and use. Passengers have come and gone, workers have come and gone, but the building still stands at 424 1st Ave. S., for the most part untouched. Tami Burke, administrator for the Tourism Business Improvement District (TBID), and Betty Stone, president of TBID, explained to the city co...

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