Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Terminus of All Transportation Line

Cleveland Terminal Tower (Night)

Uncirculated
Published by C.T. Art-Colortone


Postcard Caption:
The 52-story Terminal Tower which contains the Union Station--terminus of all transportation lines coming in the city--is brilliantly illuminated at night. The beautiful, modern Hotel Cleveland is also show in this view.
Construction on the Terminal Tower ran from 1924 to 1929; it was officially dedicated on June 29, 1930. The souvenir book published in conjunction with the dedication is available online. According to the InterWeb, the last train service was offered in 1977. The area is now known as the Tower City Center, a mixed use complex with office space, shopping, restaurants, a theater, spa, and more. I got excited when I saw a link called "A Greener Way" but was very disappointed to find that for the complex, a greener way is simply recycling.

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