This morning at Track 15 Metro hosted a Union Station 75th Anniversary preview of events scheduled for this Saturday, May 3.
Metro Board Chair Diane DuBois and Metro CEO Art Leahy spoke from the back of a vintage rail car, as did Metro Board members Jacqueline Dupont-Walker and Ara Najarian, Michael Dwyer from Amtrak, Metrolink Board Chair Larry McCallon, Metrolink Board Member Richard Katz, Camille Lowry from the Annenberg Foundation and two men who attended the 1939 opening: Seymour Rosen and Jim Kaspar.
There were swing dancers and singers and a few fourth graders from Utah Street Elementary School, who showed up to share their dreams of what the Union Station of the future should look like.
It was a grand event in preparation for an even grander one this Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., as Metro and Metrolink joined Amtrak for a preview of Union Station’s 75th Anniversary celebration and Amtrak’s National Train day. Please click here for more details and the day’s schedule of events.
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