Depression-era landmarks in Southern California: Union Station Los Angeles

Union Station, 800 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles. Built in 1939, this was the last major train station constructed in the U.S. With its tile floor and fanciful roofbeams, it’s part Mission Revival, part Streamline Moderne. Unfortunately, one of its old restaurant spaces is idle most of the time, but you can eat well on site at Traxx. Related story: "Exploring the Depression's artistic legacy in San Francisco" Passengers stream through Union Station in 1939.
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