Union Station was built in 1894 and is still a passenger train station today.
"Portland Then and Now" by Linda Dodds and Carolyn Buan--Please see the link below for more information
Union Station- Taken from "Portland Then and Now"
Interior shot of Union Station
Backstory and Context
When it was initially built, Union Station featured a number of rooms and offices that catered to its many passing travelers. The Station underwent a renovation in 1930 that was done by architect Pietro Belluschi. The remodel stayed sensitive to the original styling but the interior especially received a more modern facelift. A tall ceiling, columnns and a marble floor were key changes.
Union Station was purchased by the Portland Development Commission in 1987 and received some updates shortly after. The facility has received a handful of improvements and upgrades since that time, notably to modernize it and make regular repairs such as roofing.
Hartwig, Paul. "Union Station." National Register of Historic Places, National Park Service. August 6, 1975.
"Portland, OR (PDX)." Great American Train Stations. Accessed June 6, 2016. http://www.greatamericanstations.com/Stations/PDX.