149-171 Broadway, Gary, IN 46402
Union Station in Gary, Indiana is a passenger train terminal that has been abandoned for over half a decade. Built in 1910, the station was built in the architectural style of Beaux-Arts common in many buildings built between 1880 and 1920 in the United States. Buildings of similar style include New York City's Grand Central Terminal and San Francisco's War Memorial Opera House. The station was abandoned by the 1950s when highways became increasingly popular, replacing the needs for passenger trains.