Cities all across the U.S. have big plans for their individual train stations. So many of the rail depots across the country have rich history that is coming back to life with plans to revamp their existing structures. Union Stations in such cities as Denver, Los Angeles, St. Paul, Charlotte, Washington, D.C. (as mentioned in a previous post of CMT’s), and so many others are receiving large investments to restore the glory that once was, in many cases. Take a peek at all the stations and the plans for them, along with the full article, on DenverUrbanism’s website.
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