Los Angeles Union Station: Tracks To The Future
Los Angeles Union Station—opened on May 7, 1939, after days of celebration—was the last great train station built in the United States.
Protected by early inclusion on the National Registry of Historic Places for its iconic architecture, Los Angeles Union Station has had an astonishing and unpredictable rebirth. As the city modernizes its public transportation system linking the culturally and geographically diverse communities of Southern California, Union Station is suddenly the hub of the country’s newest light rail and subway system, serving hundreds of thousands of people each week.
- Author William Bradley
- Hardcover, 144 pages
- 150 + rare black and white and color images