Union Station and Philadelphia Station
The style of the architecture begs for pictures. The Union Station in Washington, D.C. is made in the fine Beaux Art’s design in 1908, and the Postal Museum was formerly the City Post Office matches the station in its Neo-Classical style.
It would be worth it to make a post about this museum. We were asked to leave as time flew away while we were there.
The Philadelphia Station was constructed between 1927-1933 during The Great Depression. We took the Amtrak train between Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. I regret that I didn’t take pictures from the inside of the building.
I would like to share a few other buildings from my stay in Washington, D.C. last summer.
The WWII Memorial from 2004 has the same classic architectonic style as the buildings in this post