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The Oregon Electric Station is an elegant Georgian Revival building in the city of Eugene, Oregon. It was built in 1914 to house the Oregon Electric Railway. It functioned as such until the passenger service of the company stopped in 1933. The building was used as an office and storage area then.

After such usage, the site was then acquired by other groups. It has been used as a branch of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in 1961. When the group split into two, the other half sold the property and gave birth to the structure being a restaurant.

Today, the Oregon Electric Station operates as a restaurant. They continuously celebrate the building?s rich history by naming their place the Oregon Electric Station Restaurant and Lounge.
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