The Madison Railroad Station was decorated for Christmas.
The Victorian-styled Madison Railroad Station in Madison, Indiana, was constructed in 1895 by the Pittsburg, Cincinnati, and St. Louis Railroad Company. It has a unique octagonal passenger area and was an activity hub for the community until 1931, when the railroad company ceased service.
Today the station is a museum and part of Madison’s National Historic Landmark District, which now includes over 1800 buildings in approximately 133 blocks. It is the largest contiguous Historic District in the United States.
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December 1st, 2022
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