Structure Type: built works - infrastructure - transportation structures - railroad stations

Designers: Architectural Associates (firm); Doyle, A.E., Architect (firm); Albert Ernest Doyle (architect); Donald B. Driscoll ; Marston Morgan (architect); William Neel (architect)

Dates: constructed 1913-1914

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27 East 5th Avenue
Market District, Eugene, OR 97401

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Designed by noted Portland architect, A.E. Doyle, this passenger station served the Oregon Electric Railway between 1914 and 1933. It served as a museum during the 1960s and a restaurant during the late 1970s.


Architectural Associates of Eugene, OR, supervised the remodeling of the former train station and museum into Andy's Eugene Station Restaurant in 1977. The firm's web site said of the project: "Originally built as Andy's Eugene Station, it is an excellent example of a successful adaptation of an historic building to a modern use. Built in 1914 as Eugene's Electrical Railway Station, the building was remodeled and updated to function as a full service restaurant featuring dining inside actual rail cars." (See Architectural, "Oregon Electric Station," accessed 11/21/2020.)

National Register of Historic Places (Listed 1979-03-13): 79002087 NRHP Images (pdf) NHRP Registration Form (pdf)

PCAD id: 23733