Your grandparents stopped to eat steak at this restaurant in Odessa, Texas. The city was named Odessa when the railroad was being built and Russians working on the railroad, who were from Odessa back home, felt the place was similar. They gave the city its name.
The Pecos depot served as the Pecos, Texas, railroad station from 1893 to 1972. It then was moved to be an addition to the Barn Door restaurant. It was rebuilt to look exactly as it had in the past, including the use of original railway planks.