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The Glory Days - The Golden Age of Railroading - Indianapolis

posted May 18, 2018, 6:21 PM by James Lilly   [ updated May 18, 2018, 6:24 PM ]
During the Golden Age of Railroading, approximated from the 1920s til about 1950s, heavyweight Passenger sleeping cars were perhaps a many times a day occurrence at Indianapolis, Indiana's beautiful Union Station. Now trains only grace the terminal twice a day and Pullmans only very rarely. One only has to wander through the station or peer at some of the original columns in the train shed to lose oneself in time.  So when a young photographer named Noah Smith caught Dover Harbor in Indianapolis on May 12, he seemed to catch the essence of that fleeting yesteryear. We thank Noah for sharing his work....  Enjoy


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