Union Station a Chicago

Union Station

Union Station is a historic train station located in downtown Chicago, Illinois. Opened in 1925, the station was designed by renowned architect Daniel Burnham and features a grand Beaux-Arts facade and a large main waiting room with a stunning vaulted ceiling. Throughout its history, Union Station has been an important transportation hub and was a popular departure point for soldiers during World War II. Today, the station continues to serve as a major transportation hub for Chicago, with Amtrak trains and local commuter trains operating from the station. In addition to its transportation function, Union Station is also a popular destination for tourists, with its historic architecture and bustling atmosphere providing a unique glimpse into Chicago's past and present.

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