Built in 1910, Union Pacific’s Columbus, Nebraska, station stood along the Columbus Subdivision main line for over 100 years until torn down in June 2015.
Los Angeles Union Station at dusk.
Click, click, click, click, click.... click. Click.
Amtrak's venerable "Solari Board", installed in the early 1980's, cycles through train departure and arrival times displayed on rota... (more)
The cavernous interior of Philadelphia's 30th Street Station - looking east. The stairs lead to subterranean tracks below serviced by both Amtrak and NJT. The right, the food court and to the fa... (more)
The cavernous interior of Philadelphia's 30th Street Station - looking west. Note the Michael the Arch Angel WWII memorial statue to the right.
Philadelphia's 30th Street Station, along side the Cira Center office complex which was built 76 years later, in 2009. Each lit up in a way reflecting the period they were built.
After rush hour... The sun is setting and most commuters have boarded and are on their way home. The maddening flow of traffic has come to a trickle by 7:30 PM at the upper deck of Philadelphia's... (more)
Is this 2016 or 1916? If you look close enough you can tell, but this was the first time the main hall had been restored as close to original form in decades. The center cafe had been removed, a... (more)
Los Angeles Union Station
Still looking like a former railroad station, the Lehigh & New England depot at Danielsville, Pennsylvania is seen here with the break in the Blue Mountain known as Little Gap in the background. A... (more)
Northwest foyer of King Street Station in Seattle.
King Street Station in Seattle.
Pennsylvania Railroad’s 30th Street Station in Philadelphia fully opened for business on December 15, 1933. On a Saturday in December, 1983 (I can’t find a record of t... (more)
As the sign says, the Frisco Depot, home to the Mo-Ark Regional Railroad Museum, is a replacement structure for a previous one destroyed in the devastating 1927 tornado.
The depot housed the... (more)
While they don't lead to passenger trains, these signs at Omaha Union Station still lead you downstairs to some on display.