The Indianapolis Union Railroad Station is a massive and impressive Romanesque Revival building. The Indianapolis Union Station is an intercity train station in the Wholesale District of Indianapolis, Indiana. The terminal is served by Amtrak's Cardinal line, passing through Indianapolis three times weekly. Indianapolis was the first city in the world to devise a union station in 1848. The station building opened on September 20, 1853, at 39 Jackson Place, operated by the Indianapolis Union Railway.
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