Dallas Union Terminal

Dallas, TX

Dallas Union Terminal was built in 1916 on a design by Jarvis Hunt and served as many as 80 trains per day at it's peak. For-profit passenger service terminated in 1969 and Amtrak began using the facility in 1974, when it appears to have received its last major renovation. The upper level waiting room is used as a meeting space for the Hyatt Regency Hotel, on the other side of the tracks.

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Unused tunnel to Union Station
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Union Station west platform
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Handicapped ramp to train
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Handicapped ramp on to train
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Union Station east platform
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Rear of Union Station
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TRE at Union Station
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Reunion Tower - The Dallas Phallus
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TRE and the Hyatt Regency
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Nostalgia for long forgotten trains
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Rock Island Rocket
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Mural recreations
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Mural recreations
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Waiting room
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Amtrak ticket window
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Front doorway
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Front facade
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Reunion tower and south side of the building
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Union Station sign
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Renovation plaque
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DART branded ties