The interior of the iconic Denver Union Station is decorated for the holidays and is always busy. The station is located in the heart of downtown Denver and was originally built in 1881. A large portion burned to the ground in 1894 and the structure seen today was constructed in 1914. In the early 1900's the station saw no less than 80 trains a day.
It underwent a $800,000 renovation in 2014 and today serves as the hub for Denver RTD's commuter rail and light rail service, as well as Amtrak's California Zephyr and the Colorado Ski Train. With the addition of commuter and light rail service, including a direct train to Denver International Airport, it is projected that in the next ten years the station will see over 400 trains per day.
A must see station if your ever visiting Denver.