Union Station as viewed from in front of Denver's Oxford Hotel.
This is Denver's Union Station. This large railroad station was built in 1914 and was called Union Station as a predecessor station connected the Union Pacific, the Denver & Rio Grande Western, the Denver, South Park & Pacific, and the Colorado Central. This 1914 terminal connected the Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe, the Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy, the Chicago, Rock Island, & Pacific, the Colorado & Southern, the Union Pacific, and the Denver & Rio Grande Western. The new 1914 station incorporated part of the previous 1881 depot. Today the station serves Amtrak and Denver's local RTD area commuter rail.
Construction is ongoing at the terminal as RTD is expanding and a substantial hotel is being added to the terminal.
I recently was in downtown Denver and had the opportunity to take some additional photographs of the now rebuilt station. It's pretty impressive.
Quite impressive and very well done.