Description: Union Station, with the county courthouse at right. Reproduction of original postcard. The train station was demolished in 1967 to make way for the downtown loop. Although the station is gone, Durham still radiates from the railroad tracks, which were its reason for being and its lifeblood for 100 years.
Postmark place and date: none
Handwritten text on front of card: none
Handwritten text on back of card: none
Printed text: Historic North Carolina Collection Copyright 1900-1939, Archival edition 1999
Filename: JS032 - JS032b