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St Louis Union Station Foyer
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One of the main entrances to St Louis Union Station. Up until the 1960s this was the largest train station in the world. At its peak it handled over 100,000 passengers per day. It gradually fell into decline but was renovated in the mid 80's. Today it is a major tourist attraction and a national historic landmark. Union Station hosts a shopping center, luxury hotel, and entertainment complex.
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