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Union Station KC
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Union Station was built in 1914 and handled over a million travellers at it's peak, during World War II. It was closed in the 1980's and nearly demolished several times. In 1999, it was re-opened and has since become a popular tourist destination.

Copyright: Randy kosek
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11550x5775
Uploaded: 02/09/2013
Updated: 19/09/2013
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  • Tanja Barnes about 1 year ago
    This one is somewhat facinating to me in that the man sitting on the bench -- he looks almost unreal. Like he's digital! I love the reflected purple lighting on the vehicles. Oh, and yes: starburst lights!
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