The Pueblo Union Depot is one of the finest railroad depot stations west of the Mississippi River. In 1892, the Union Depot handled 18,615 passenger trains or 51 trains a day, 164,718 pieces of baggage, and sold 103,114 tickets worth $568,639 were sold. By 1917, the depot had a restaurant utilizing 33 waitresses, its’ own bakery. And served approximately 160,000 passengers that year.