Cincinnati's union terminal
Cincinnati's union terminal was developed throughout the 1920s as a solution for Cincinnati's five train stations serving seven railroads.
Union Terminal's distinctive architecture, interior design, and history have earned it several landmark designations, including as a National Historic Landmark.
In 1985, and two Cincinnati museums decided to merge and utilize the terminal, creating the Cincinnati Museum Center. The museum center renovated the terminal in the late 1980s, opening in 1990. Amtrak returned to the terminal in 1991, resuming its role as an intercity train station. A two-year, $228 million renovation restored the building, completed in 2018.
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