The Los Angeles Union Station is the city’s main railway station and the largest railroad terminal in the whole of Western United States. Replacing La Grande Station and Central Station, it officially opened in 1939. It was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 and it now serves over 110,000 passengers daily.
This is the place where three of Amtrak’s long distance lines begin and end – the Coast Starlight to Seattle, the Sunset Limited to New Orleans and the Southwest Chief to Chicago. It has a total of 9 platforms and 16 tracks.
As part of our series of articles on the busiest Amtrak stations in the US, here are ten office buildings around the Union Station in Los Angeles that you might find interesting, in no particular order.
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