Sequatchie Valley Railroad
Jasper, Tennessee Railroad Passenger & Freight Depot, circ. 1911. This wood depot building was destroyed by fire along with a portion of the town on the night of October 19, 1921.
Jasper, Tennessee Railroad Passenger/Freight Depot as it appeared in 1999. Construction on this brick/concrete structure was authorized on August 16, 1922 and work began on August 20, 1922 with completion on May 31, 1923. Cost for the depot was $14,501.28, which was $478.72 under the estimate. Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway foreman, W. A. King, along with his railroad construction crew built this building and was also responsible for the building of the depot at Bridgeport, Alabama in 1917. This combination depot replaced a temporary depot that was erected on the site following a fire that destroyed the original depot on the night of October 19, 1921. The temporary depot was erected starting on October 19 and completed October 28, 1921. The depot is now used as Jasper's city hall.