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Not a bad place to get lost in, unless your train is about to leave for somewhere just as exotic.
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Jane McDougall, aka alsocan, that’s me.
architect – webdesigner – photographer – tourist – foodieI draw – I design – I shoot – I gad about – I blog MadMeals
beautiful tiles – do you know how old this place is?? when it was built etc?
I’m not sure exactly when it was built. I’d say 1910’s – 1920’s
– Jane McDougall
Hi Jane: Hi Jane – looked it up for both of us…. Considered the last great railroad station in the nation, built in 1939, is one of the major transportation hubs for Southern California. that was from Bing places to visit. Wikipedia says The station opened in May 1939, one of a number of union stations in the United States and consolidated remaining service from its predecessor La Grande Station. It was built on a grand scale and became known as “Last of the Great Railway Stations” built in the United States. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.jane
Hi Jane,Thanks for researching it for me. I was thinking Art Deco finished with the beginning of the Great Depression. But no.Jane :)
Thank you so much for the feature in Downtown!
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