The present depot was built by the International & Great Northern Railroad and opened in 1907. The depot was constructed on a concrete slab, with concrete block (interior)/unique dark gray cement tiles with red grout (exterior). The local factory of Moeller, Mordhorst, and Blumberg cast the blocks and tiles. These materials are unique to this depot, and not used anywhere else on the I-GN system.
Chimneys and decorative dormers were removed by the railroad when the worn out shingles were replaced with a metal roof. The railroad remodeled the building in the 1960's and again in the 1970's to accommodate changing railroad needs. Replicas of the chimney and dormer were replaced in October, 2012.