Union Station Interior, Cincinnati, OH

This image proceeds to the interior of Union Station in Cincinnati, Ohio. Shown are the curving walls with several ticket windows, a vendor’s window at the far left, and the remarkable and historic murals above. These windows still exist in this form, though they (and the vendor window) sit locked and unused. The murals are unchanged.

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The description states:

The main concourse of the Union Terminal, built at a cost of $41,000,000, is semi-circular in shape, and the right and left hand sides of the dome contain the largest silhouette mosaics in the world, the left hand mural portraying the history of transportation, and the right hand the growth of Cincinnati. It also contains information and ticket windows, retail shops, restaurant facilities, etc.

–This card likely dates from the 1940s.

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