Denver Union Station

Opened: 1914

Denver's Union Station is a Beaux-Arts structure on a site that had hosted two previous incarnations of the station since 1881. At its peak, the station served up to 80 trains a day. When I visited in 2010 it serviced only one intercity train per day (The California Zephyr) and a pair of light rail lines. A subsequent visit in 2015 followed redevelopment of the station as a retail and hotel destination with extensive surrounding transit-oriented development (TOD).

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West facade
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Disembarking in Denver
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Ramp into station
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Tunnel under the tracks
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Ramp into the station
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Ticket windows
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Lighted benches in the waiting area
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Information desk
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Waiting room
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Information board
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Waiting room
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Waiting room
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East facade viewed down 17th Street
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East facade viewed down 17th Street
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East facade viewed down 17th Street
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Union Station
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Union Station Amtrak counter in the corner
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Union Station
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Acme Burger
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Acme Burger
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Union Station
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Crawford Hotel
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Union Station
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Union Station
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Union Station history
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Union Station SE side from 17th Street
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Union Station Bus Concourse
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RTD SkyRide
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RTD SkyRide
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Union Station TOD
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Union Station TOD
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Union Station TOD
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Union Station TOD
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Union Station TOD
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Union Station NW side tracks
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Cadence Union Station (http://cadenceunionstation.com)