Santa Fe Depot is San Diego’s downtown train station. The station was opened in 1915 to help bring travelers to the Panama-California Exposition, which was held in San Diego’s Balboa Park. Built in the Mission Revival style, Santa Fe Depot was designed by architects Bakewell and Brown as a reminder of California’s Spanish heritage. As a central hub for several types of transport, Santa Fe Depot serves the Amtrak, the San Diego Coaster, the San Diego Trolley, as well as local MTS bus lines. Santa Fe Depot was also considered as a potential southern terminus for California’s future high speed rail system.