|Town or city||SW corner of N Main St. & NW 4th Ave, Trenton, Florida|
|Client||Atlantic Coast Line Railroad|
|Structural system||wooden frame|
|Design and construction|
In 1989, the Trenton Depot was listed in A Guide to Florida's Historic Architecture, published by the University of Florida Press.
In 2004, the Florida West Coast Railroad, which then operated the line through Trenton, was allowed to abandon all of its lines except for a short section leading west from Newberry. In March 2010 the city of Trenton was approved for a 2011 state acquisition and development grant for the Trenton Depot. In June 2010 Florida's governor and cabinet approved the state's purchase of a 9.33-mile corridor from Trenton Depot almost to Newberry for the Trenton-Newberry Rail Trail project.
- A Guide to Florida's Historic Architecture, 1989, Gainesville: University of Florida Press, p. 55, ISBN 0-8130-0941-3
- Hammond's New Practical World Atlas, Hanover House, Garden City, NY: 1957, map of Florida, p. 55
- Federal Register, March 2004, Florida West Coast Railroad Company, Inc.--Abandonment and Discontinuance of Service Exemption--in Alachua and Gilchrist Counties, FL
- Florids Heritage Grants Program, March 2011
- Florida Dept, of Environmental Regulation press release, June 8, 2010
Media related to Trenton Depot at Wikimedia Commons
|Preceding station||Atlantic Coast Line Railroad||Following station|
|Wilcox – Newberry||
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