: This image shows the facade of the third Union Station, Columbus, Ohio. The station was located at the intersection of N. High St. and E. Naghten.
Daniel H. Burnham & Company, architectural firm located in Chicago, designed the station in the Beaux-Arts Classicism style. An arcade that housed shops and offices faced High Street. The facade's graceful arches and pillars are visible in this photograph. Horse-drawn vehicles pass by the station.
The arcade was demolished in October 1976; Union Station was demolished in 1979. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL05984 Subjects
: Ohio Economy--Transportation and Development; Railroad stations; Architecture--Ohio; Places
: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)