Union Station in Gary, IN was built four years after the founding of the city in 1910. Constructed in the Beaux Arts style using new pour in place concrete construction methods, then scored to look like stone. The station served the city for a short four decades closing in 1950. The station still sits between the rail lines it used to serve.
1-5: Nikon D300 – AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm 1:2.8G
6-7: Nikon FM2 – AI-S Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4 – Kodak Tri-X 400 – HC-110 Dil. B 4:30 @ 20C
8: Anniversary Speed Graphic – Schneider-Kreuznack Angulon 1:6,8/90 – Polaroid Type-55 (1/5", f/32, ISO-50)
Now some Historic Photos…
The blazing heat (90F plus) made my partner and I not want to stick around too long so we retreated for a quick stop at City Methodist before running back to the air conditioned hotel. As a result we missed a whole other building on the site. More reason to go back again eh?