I'm a model railroader and ex-Missouri Pacific brakeman from Houston who has been researching the Missouri Pacific passenger station in Brownsville, Texas. I recently became aware of the Frisco passenger station in Pensacola. The structures are so markedly similar that it cannot be by accident. Especially the stonework around the entryways of the two buildings, which are virtually identical right down to almost every nook and cranny. The MP station was designed by noted San Antonio architect Robert Bertrum Kelly. (His middle name sometimes is spelled "Bertram".) My research has disclosed he only designed one railroad station and confined his designs to south Texas, but that could be in error. There has to be some kind of connection between the two stations. The most likely to me is that Kelly did consulting work for the company that designed the Frisco Pensacola station. I am interested in any information on the Frisco Passenger station, particularly if it sheds a light on this similarity between the two stations. Note the similarity in the accompanying photo of the MP station and a photo of the Frisco station already posted on your website.