In 1852, a quaint railroad depot was built in Kentland, Indiana, when railroads were essential for long distance travel. Passengers took pride in each trip and made time to explore the station while waiting for their departure. It was a period in time when a slower speed of life was appreciated. In order to recreate this feeling, the old depot was painstakingly pieced apart and reassembled in the Rosemary District of Sarasota, Florida. After much attention the building is now reminiscent of how it looked over 150 years ago, rich with old character and traditional charm.