6 railroad terminal Products

Chicago Skyline From Water Street Print
General view of part of the South Water street Illinois Central Railroad freight terminal, Chicago, Il. Photographed by Jack Delano April 1943 for the FSA
Pennsylvania Station, 370 Seventh Avenue Print
during the Golden Age of railroading, when its owners intended the terminal not only to serve the specific needs of the railroad by also to embellish the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Included in this program was the construction of tunnels under the North River, which enabled Pennsylvania Railroad trains to
instead a rather low, colonnade facade...The rich sequences of spaces in the terminal culminated in the great concourse with its glass and steel roof. The design
Pennsylvania Station, 370 Seventh Avenue, Exterior View from South East Print
during the Golden Age of railroading, when its owners intended the terminal not only to serve the specific needs of the railroad by also to embellish the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Included in this program was the construction of tunnels under the North River, which enabled Pennsylvania Railroad trains to
instead a rather low, colonnade facade...The rich sequences of spaces in the terminal culminated in the great concourse with its glass and steel roof. The design
Pennsylvania Station, 370 Seventh Avenue, Concourse from South Print
during the Golden Age of railroading, when its owners intended the terminal not only to serve the specific needs of the railroad by also to embellish the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Included in this program was the construction of tunnels under the North River, which enabled Pennsylvania Railroad trains to
instead a rather low, colonnade facade...The rich sequences of spaces in the terminal culminated in the great concourse with its glass and steel roof. The design
Pennsylvania Station, 370 Seventh Avenue, Concourse from Southwest Print
during the Golden Age of railroading, when its owners intended the terminal not only to serve the specific needs of the railroad by also to embellish the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Included in this program was the construction of tunnels under the North River, which enabled Pennsylvania Railroad trains to
instead a rather low, colonnade facade...The rich sequences of spaces in the terminal culminated in the great concourse with its glass and steel roof. The design
Pennsylvania Station, 370 Seventh Avenue, Concourse from South East Print
during the Golden Age of railroading, when its owners intended the terminal not only to serve the specific needs of the railroad by also to embellish the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Included in this program was the construction of tunnels under the North River, which enabled Pennsylvania Railroad trains to
instead a rather low, colonnade facade...The rich sequences of spaces in the terminal culminated in the great concourse with its glass and steel roof. The design
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