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Union Pacific and Omaha Union Station tells of the development of all Union Pacific Railroad stations in the history of Omaha, Nebraska. Between 1866 and 1971, a succession of different station buildings reflected Omaha's growing importance as the nation's fourth-largest railroad center. Special detail is given to the peak years of rail passenger traffic through Omaha, which culminated in the construction of America's first Art Deco railroad terminal: the 1931 Omaha Union Station. Once served by seven railroads, Omaha Union Station is a story of the rise and fall of an architectural tribute to railroad majesty, and of its rebirth as today's Durham Western Heritage Museum.
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Book Description South Platte Press, David City, Nebraska, 2002. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. A brand new book. No library markings. A history of the Union Pacific Railroad and its passenger stations in Nebraska 1866-1971. Many black and white photos, drawings, timetables, maps, etc. Seller Inventory # 001470
Book Description J & L Lee Co, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0934904448
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STR-0934904448