The sessions were well received, and before long they were executed on a larger scale with every recruit company in the depot.
This was the one-room studio in Mill Valley, California near The depot.
This is now occupied by the interurban railway as their depot.
"A train came in while I was at the depot," the Sheriff explained, as he entered the office.
How sacred and memorable were the depot platforms of our beloved country in war time!
The "depot hill" is not as high as Whittaker's Hill, but the view is almost as extensive.
He said that the round-house had been burned last night and that the depot and the elevator was going to be burned to-night.
He thought of asking advice of his friend, the depot master.
No one met the regiment at the depot even to tell it where to go.
He spent most of his daylight time at the depot, only going to the Higginses' house for his meals.
1795, "warehouse," from French dépôt "a deposit, place of deposit," from Old French depost "a deposit or pledge," from Latin depositum "a deposit," noun use of neuter past participle of deponere "lay aside" (see deposit (v.)). Military sense is from 1798; meaning "railway station" is first recorded 1842, American English.