Union Station

Union Station
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Union Station, which opened in 1887, was designated a union station because it connected two railroads.  It was designed by Henry Hobson Richardson, one of the so-called trinity of American architecture which includes Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright.  The archival photo, taken some time between 1887 and 1896, is from Images of America: New London by John J. Ruddy. 

Mini prints of PinkChairPrints' interpretation of Union Station are $10 each.  They are 4X6" in a 5X7" mat.  Also available in 5X7" [8X10" mat] for $25, 8X10" [11X14" mat] for $45.

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