Union Station, otherwise called Ogden Union Station, is a train station in Ogden, Utah, at the west end of Historic 25th Street, only south of the Ogden Intermodal Transit Center. It was some time ago the intersection of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads. The name Union Station was usually given to prepare stations where tracks and offices were shared by at least two railroad organizations. The station is as of now home to the Utah State Railroad Museum.
Albeit Union Station never again fills in as a railroad center point, it remains a social center because of the galleries situated at the Station. The historical centers housed at the Station incorporate the Utah State Railroad Museum, the Spencer S. Eccles Rail Center, the John M. Carmelizing Firearms Museum, Utah Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and the Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum. Endowments at the Station sells blessings and an assortment of gallery related things, books, prints, adornments, and trinkets. Display at the Station is an available to be purchased show that highlights nearby and provincial craftsmen consistently.
The Myra Powell Gallery highlights voyaging shows and the Station’s changeless craftsmanship gathering. Union Station Research Library has a broad accumulation of memorable Ogden photos and reports accessible to the general population.
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