The bustling two-block-long datum-level walkway connects the train hall to the SOM-designed Denver Union Station light rail terminal. It is said to have carried nearly 10,000 passengers every weekday since it opened in 2012. The pedestrian and public space network in and around the site seamlessly connects the terminal with the lower Denver to the east and the new residential areas to the south, west and north.
The building of Union Station in Denver is actually a hotel. When you enter it, you will find that the lobby is quite beautiful. There are occasional performances by street performers in the square in front of the station, attracting many audiences to stop. If you like art decoration, you can walk across the street to see the art decoration cars exhibited there. It’s quite interesting.
If you don’t pay attention, you really don’t realize that this is a central railway station. The building looks calm from the outside, but it looks quite antique when you approach it. It has a sense of history. The noodle shop inside is good to try.
This is an intercontinental railway station, and the scale is quite huge. Of course, it is mainly trucks. The old station has been transformed into a large restaurant, and there are many people eating!
The scale of the state railway station is very large. This station is mainly a freight train. In the United States, it is mainly more convenient for planes and buses.
This hour long tour is worth a visit if you come to Denver. My tour guide Connor was very personable and full of interesting tidbits about the history of Union Station and the advent of The Crawford H...