The Historic Joplin Train Depot is an iconic landmark in Joplin, Missouri, that dates back to 1911. As a once-thriving train station, it was a hub of activity with countless travelers passing through its doors.
Despite being unoccupied and in need of restoration and shut off to the public, the depot is a popular piece of Joplin’s history and culture. Its grandeur and beauty are now available for people to admire from any angle through this 360 virtual tour we created last summer.
This tour let’s you experience the depot’s architecture and design, browse hotspots for more detailed information, and immerse yourself in its fascinating history.
Scroll down to see the tour!
Be sure to catch our 360 photos on the Joplin Union Depot Google Street view listing
$16 – $18
$5 – $5.50
$15 – $20
To start the tour, simply click on the link below and navigate using the arrow keys on your keyboard or the on-screen controls. You can also zoom in and out using the mouse wheel or touchscreen.
Here are a few tips for getting the most out of your 360 virtual tour:
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below.
Want a Virtual Tour for your business? Contact us HERE to set something up.
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