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Los Angeles Union Station is the main railroad station in Los Angeles, California, and the largest railroad passenger terminal in the Western US. Union Station is a major transportation hub for Southern California, serving almost 110,000 passengers...more
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This is a must see if you are in the area, this Art Deco Station is really quite something. It is smart and well laid out and there are some great photo opportunities here. Just have a look at the ‘Shoe Shine’ stand which operates...More
Well laid out public transportation hub with subway and rail services. Came here for LAX Flyaway, plus rail line to Anaheim for Disneyland, and purple line subway. Beautiful facades and lots of space to move around.
We got the Megabus from here as well as trains during the daytime. The station building is lovely, easy to use and clean. We thought it odd that we were asked to provide our Megabus ticket so we could use the waiting area as we...More
Union Station is a beautiful old sprawling building located downtown. Amtrak to everywhere comes and goes from the station as does onsite access to a train to the airport.
The building has plenty of little shops, stores, at least one restaurant and a bar.
We Needed to get from LA to Vegas so taking an iconic Grey Hound bus was our way to do it. Check in was easy the staff helpful especially to us “ first time travellers)
We had priority tickets which did mean we could sit...More
I've been here a few times through the years for shows. Its an iconic space in LA. Even for concerts! One of the better shows I have seen there has been with Beck about 4 or 5 years back. The space is clean and polished....More
We usually take the subway from Universal Studio station to Union station. the building itself is peace of art, the little garden is so adorable and the touch of the historical items and painting is wonderful and well preserved. But the best is you can...More