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Union Station, Utica

Interior of Union Station, the grand old New York Central Railroad depot in Utica, N.Y.


It's just shy of a hundred years old now -- construction began in 1912 and the station went into service in 1914. Extensive restoration over the past 30-odd years has brought it back to fine condition.


Along with Grand Central in Manhattan, it’s the last of the great old train stations still in railroad service in New York state.

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Taken on October 10, 2011