On a trip to Cincy last summer, we were rolling along the interstate and my mother asked, "What's that building?" Being as I hadn't moved here yet, I said, "I don't know."
|It's a much more impressive sight when it's not behind a fence and|
heavy construction equipment. Not that I know that from personal
experience, but I've seen some lovely pictures.
|Poor dear looks like a kid that's had a bit of a skateboarding incident.|
Renovation is meant to be finished in 2018.
|Gotta love old train station font.|
|I'm looking forward to getting a better pic of the mural and the rotunda|
once the scaffolding comes down and I'm allowed inside.
|I wonder what's in there.|
In the spirit of the word "union," here's a thing that has nothing to do with Union Terminal: the building where I go to work every day was the home of the International Union of United Brewery, Flour, Cereal, Soft Drink and Distillery Workers (a name which makes our org's somewhat convoluted name seem downright boring by comparison) before they merged with the Teamsters in 1973. Their legacy remains in the building, though:
|Just one of many union touches.|