Driving west across Florida on Route 41, we took the time to stretch our legs at The Naples Depot Museum in Naples, Florida. The museum is a restored Seaboard Air Line Railway passenger station that was built in 1926. Passenger trains used the depot from 1927 until 1971.
The museum is nicely maintained and educational. While there aren't many physical artifacts, the photographs and information presented are well done. A number of transportation-related displays show the history of Naples and general transportation in Southwest Florida.