Black and white photos of L.A.’s Union Station
Los Angeles Times photographer Mark Boster spent several days shooting video and stills of Union Station in November. On most of his assignments, including this one, he takes his film camera. When he's moved by nice lighting, a special moment or outstanding composition, he takes it out. Here's a look at the black and white scenes he captured at the historic train station with his Leica M6. More photos | Read about Union Station
Born in 1939, Union Station is the last of the great American train stations.
The station is a marriage of Spanish Colonial and Streamline Moderne styles.
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