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Title Railroad station preservation conference, Union Station, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1974
Description This press photo of the interior of Union Station is captioned: "OLD TO NEW - Architects, community leaders and businessmen meet in the 8[?] year old Union Station in Indianapolis as part of a two-day conference beginning Monday to preserve America's railroad stations. About 20,000 of the terminals remain today of more than 40,000 that date back to 1830. The downtown station is being considered a link to Weir Cook Airport with a mall housing shops and small businesses." Stamped on verso "Sun-Times / Jul 24 1974."
Place 39 W. Jackson Place, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, United States
Date 1974-07
Year Range Begin 1974
Year Range End 1974
Subjects Union Station (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Railroad stations
Historic preservation
Indianapolis (Ind.)
Process Gelatin silver prints
Format 8 x 10 in.
Collection Name Jon Berg Collection
Object ID ia-0004-0011
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