This classic station is very true to its roots. Although it says Santa Fe, Amtrak is now the passenger service provider here.
Dawn is about to turn into day on this frigid morning.
Los Angeles Union Station interior.
The Crescent serves this station which dates back to 1907.
Only a small portion of this former Southern Railway station is used by Amtrak anymore. The main portion appears to be used for special events such as weddings.
Golden hour rays illuminate this veteran sign at Galesburg, which is in remarkable condition.
This station was designed by the same guy (Daniel Burnham) as Washington Union Station and many other famous buildings.
This station was designed by the same guy (Daniel Burnham) who designed the more famous Washington Union Station, and was built just one year prior to WUS. For being of the same era and of the sa... (more)
This station is so cool.
Golden morning rays shine directly on the face of this magnificent station.
I'm told this old C&O structure housed division offices in its heyday. The Cardinal still stops here three times per week.
C&O still adorns this Amtrak station in several places. The tri weekly Cardinal is the only train that frequents this stop.
The ticket window at Buffalo-Depew.
Meeting point for RR fans: Iron horse cocktail lounge in an old depot
This station is significant in that it was the first Amtrak designed station to be built, and is of the classic Amtrak style that is recognizable in many cities around the country. This is also t... (more)