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View of Union Station
Nashville, Tennessee
1900

was the passenger train station for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N RR).  This historic depot is a favorite of train buffs.  Southern artist George B. Kirchner hand-colored the original black and white antique lithograph print of Union Station. 

"Union Station"

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Union Station was officially opened on October 9, 1900.  It was the "union station" for the Louisville and Nashville (L&N) Railroad and the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis (NC&StL) Railroad which by 1900 was owned by the L&N RR.

The tower featured a digital clock that never had the accuracy of a railroad conductor's watch.  Union Station had two alligator ponds, a copper statue of Mercury on the top of the tower, and a beautiful interior.  The alligator ponds are gone and Mercury was blown off the tower and recently replaced by a smaller steel replica.  On April 16, 1998, a tornado blew the steel Mercury to a 90 degree angle.  It was straightened on June 27, 1998, with the aid of cranes used to reach the top of the 222 foot tower.

Union Station is now a hotel, a Wyndham Historic Hotel.  The restaurant, Prime 109, is located in the lobby area of the Union Station Hotel.  The hotel and lobby are open to the public and it is well worth seeing if you are in Nashville.

George B. Kirchner hand-colored and restored the original black and white antique lithograph print of Union Station.  This finely detailed print of the old train station captures the spirit of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.  Old trains, streetcars, fashionable ladies and the Station's stained glass windows are visible.   Even two ladies in a horseless carriage are included.


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EXTRA LARGE, Signed Artist Proof "Union Station" Print:   Paper size - 22" X 30".  The attractive Kirchner Prints Seal is hand-embossed below the image on the right hand side, between the title and the artist's signature.  This Extra Large size is called "Imperial" in the print business.  Signed by color and restoration artist G.B. Kirchner.  There are 100 "Artist Proof" prints.

EXTRA LARGE, Signed and Numbered "Union Station" Print:   Paper size - 22" X 30".  The attractive Kirchner Prints Seal is hand-embossed below the image on the right hand side, between the title and the artist's signature.  This Extra Large size is called "Imperial" in the print business.  Signed and numbered by color and restoration artist G.B. Kirchner.  The "Signed and Numbered" edition is limited to 1000 copies.

 
 

EXTRA LARGE, Signed Only "Union Station" Print:   Paper size - 22" X 30".  The attractive Kirchner Prints Seal is hand-embossed below the image on the right hand side, between the title and the artist's signature.  This Extra Large size is called "Imperial" in the print business.  Signed by color and restoration artist G.B. Kirchner.  The "Signed Only"  edition is limited to 1500 copies.

MEDIUM, Open Edition "Union Station" Print:   Paper size - 11" X 15".  This is the same image as in the sold out editions but a smaller size........$12

 

 

SMALL, Open Edition "Union Station" Print:   Paper size - 5-3/4" X 8".  Fits perfectly in an 8" x 10" frame when matted.........$5

 

 


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