Restoration in Progress

The Pullman Depot Heritage Center is working with WSU's Integrated Design & Construction Lab to develop a virtual model of the depot allowing the public to view the historic interior and exterior features of the building.


These models and renderings, including accurate augmented reality, virtual reality, and educational points will highlight the craftsmanship of the original building, comparing modern elements to original features of the building.


The masonry restoration on the Pullman Depot continues by Pioneer Waterproofing, with design by Design West Architects.

There are multiple sections of sandstone foundation that have deteriorated. Those sections are being removed, and will be replaced by  newly cut and shaped sandstone from a quarry that has stone with a good color match.

The Masonry work is funded through our generous donors and a grant from the Washington State Heritage Capital Project.

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