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My husband and I found this on TripAdvisor as a place to visit in Punta Gorda. It is a very small train depot converted into a micro mini flea market. The one thing that caught our eyes was the restrooms were still labeled “colored” and...More
My wife and I used the complimentary bicycles from our waterfront hotel to pedal around the downtown area on a Saturday morning. It was safe and uncrowded. We ventured down to the train depot, and was pleased with the wonderful preservation of the depot and...More
the small area with historical exhibits was good, as was the structure of the original depot.
Easy to reach, and free. In the "Colored" and "Whites" labeled restrooms was some very old woodwork. One looked more orginal than the other.
This would be a very...More
Lots of neat historic moriabilia from the perspective of a colored and a white person. You don't see that often in a non discrimitory way. I can anticipate someone will eventually get offended and they will have to shut it down.
We are huge history buffs and love antique shops, so this is a great place for us. The depot is a wonderful historic building that you need to be sure to visit to see how life was back in the segregation era with separate areas...More