Lehi was officially incorporated in 1852, and is home to a variety of historic buildings that are still being used throughout the city. Several of those buildings and homes date back to the mid- to late- 1800s and early 1900s. Here are 10 of the many historic buildings in Lehi, all 10 of which have been registered with the National Register of Historic Places.
The Utah Southern Railroad Depot was built in 1873, and was in operation as a railroad depot for 100 years before it closed in 1973. The building sat unused for several decades, until in 2000 Lehi and the Lehi Historical Preservation Commission joined together to restore the Railroad Depot to its original beauty.
Now, the Utah Southern Railroad Depot is the second oldest standing depot west of the Mississippi and the oldest in Utah. It is located at 257 E. State St. in Lehi.
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