Omaha's Union Station's current structure opened in 1931 on 10th Street south of downtown and has been designated a National Historic Landmark. The station was designed by Los Angeles architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood, then the Union Pacific Railroad’s corporate architect, and renowned designer of a number of U.P. rustic-style lodges in western national parks, including Yellowstone, Zion and Yosemite.

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