The Historic WI&M Depot was the first commercial structure in the Company Town of Potlatch. Built in 1906, it was purchased by the Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway (WI&M) History Preservation Group (HPG) in 2001. The nonprofit spent 15 years restoring the structure that is now home to shops, offices, a museum, and regular events in the freight room (which also can be rented by the public).
Tour the Depot and museum, absorb the area’s unique heritage, then choose from local history books, art, clothing, and crafts in the shops. The HPG also hosts an Annual History Day and Speeder Rides from the Depot on the 2nd weekend in July.