Building Info

  • Architect:
    Edward Townsend Mix
  • Architectural Style:
    Gothic Revival
  • Status:
  • Year Built:

Demolished train station in Downtown Milwaukee. Now the site of the We Energies headquarters.

The station was designed by famed Milwaukee architect Edward Townsend Mix.

The station was also known as Everett Street Station and Milwaukee Union Station. It was home to the Milwaukee Road trains, as well as Wisconsin Central and Milwaukee Northern railroads.

It was replaced by the facility that is now known as Milwaukee Intermodal Station in 1965.

Content referencing Everett Street Depot

The Fabulous Train Photos of Wallace Abbey

The Fabulous Train Photos of Wallace Abbey

Milwaukee-based photographer captured a golden age. Excerpt from new book.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Milwaukee’s Most Schizophrenic Developer?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Milwaukee’s Most Schizophrenic Developer?

Joshua Jeffers is spending millions to redevelop the Mackie Building and famed Grain Exchange.

Gateways: Our Downtown Hub

Our Downtown Hub

The Milwaukee Intermodal Station is much closer to the Downtown action than you might think. Part II of a series.