Cab Stand

Cab stands are no longer common place like they were in the 50’s and earlier. This neon sign still stands bright in the lobby of the Durham Western Heritage Museum.

Prior to becoming a museum in 1973, it was the Omaha Union Train Station. Originally built in 1899, it is a classic example of Art Deco architecture. The last passenger train passed through this station in 1971.

The museum is outstanding!

Thought for the Day: One faces the future with one’s past.
Pearl S. Buck

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