The former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad line, now owned by CSX, came through Nappanee in Elkhart on its trek across northern Indiana and ultimately to Chicago. Nappanee had a train station and the building is still standing as shown in this photo. It is a beautiful building so typical of depots built in that era. Located just west of Main Street and south of the town square, the depot building was built in 1910. You can find an old photo through an online search of “Nappanee train station” which shows both the old depot and the new one when it was being built. The old depot was a wooden frame structure. Today the old Nappanee train depot is used by Open Door, a social services agency helping those in need in various ways.