OldWestNewWest.com: History & Travel Magazine

Feb 18th
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preserving history
The historic St. Paul Union Depot (SPUD) in St. Paul, Minn. has reopened to the public following a $243 million rehabilitation project that transformed the 1923 building into a 21st century multimodal transportation hub.

Initially served by
Metro Transit buses, other transportation options will be added over the next few years. Jefferson City intercity buses will begin stopping at the station in early 2013, followed by Amtrak's twice daily Empire Builder in September.
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