Classic railroad stations to be honored with postage stamps

WASHINGTON — Five classic railroad stations will be featured on a series of postage stamps issued in 2023 by the U.S. Postal Service.

Stations included in the series are the Art Deco landmark Cincinnati Union Terminal, which opened in 1933; the Victorian structure at Point of Rocks, Md., completed in 1876; Richmond, Va., Main Street Station, a Renaissance Revival style station dating to 1901; the San Bernardino, Calif., Santa Fe Depot, a Spanish Mission Revival building opened in 1918; and the Tamaqua, Pa., station built for the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad in 1874. All are currently in use for passenger service except Tamaqua, which has been preserved and is the home of a restaurant


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