Union Terminal, Cincinnati, Ohio

Related people
Alfred T. Fellheimer (architect)
Paul Philippe Cret (architect)
Ronald A. Wank (architect)
Steward Wagner (architect)
North and Central America->United States->Ohio->Cincinnati
The architects and engineers of Union Terminal were Alfred Fellheimer & Steward Wagner of New York. An art-deco railroad terminal, the 480-foot concourse was demolished in 1974. The Union Terminal now houses three museums, an OmniMax theater, and with the return of rail service to the Queen City of the Midwest, a working Amtrak terminal. The museums are actually located in the former parking garages and storage space for the train station. Inside, the dome is lined with tile frescoes depicting scenes from the city's history. When it was built, this was the largest half-dome in the world.
1930s (1930 - 1939)
Art Deco