is a small unincorporated community
in southeastern Wisconsin
, in Waukesha County, Wisconsin
, in the town of Genesee, Wisconsin
. It is named for the old train station
, or "depot", that the Wisconsin & Calumet Railroad (now the Wisconsin and Southern Railroad
) used to serve the town.
The town was where the noted husband-and-wife acting couple Alfred Lunt and his wife, Lynn Fontanne built their home, named Ten Chimneys. Many of their celebrity friends would take the rail line to Genesee Depot from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to visit them.
The town is bisected by Highway 83.