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The Baltimore Sun

Union Station

Union Station 800 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles Opened in 1939, the historic Mission-style building has an extensive résumé. It set the scene for the William Holden-Nancy Olson film "Union Station" and masqueraded as a bank in the Leonardo DiCaprio-Tom Hanks caper "Catch Me if You Can." Noteworthy TV appearances include "Alias," "24" and "Prison Break." Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles Times