Wednesday, January 5, 2011
A reproduction of a vintage postcard depicts the Pennsylvania Rail Road train station. Unlike many union stations built in the US to serve the needs of more than one railroad, this facility connected the Pennsylvania Railroad with several subsidiary lines; for that reason it was renamed in 1912 to match other Pennsylvania Stations. The station building was designed by Chicago architect Daniel Burnham and built 1898–1903. This item is of archival quality, high resolution of 600 ppi, it has been retouched, recolored in areas, cropped and enhanced. This assures that your item will print with the highest quality possible.