|We're continuing our reporting from our exploration of Kansas City - this time, Union Station. :)
Many cities have Union Stations, but Kansas City's is particularly beautiful.
The station opened in 1914, an impressive stone edifice accommodating hundreds of thousands of passengers a year.
It was even the site of a massacre - mobster Frank Nash was shot and killed, along with four law enforcement officers who were escorting him, in 1933, just outside the building.
By J. Scott Coatsworth - Full Story at Purple Roofs
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