Urban photography by Brad Evans

Station life

November 4th, 2013 Posted in Uncategorized



Some of the Amtrak Stations in the US go way back with interesting architecture and high windows that let in gorgeous light at the right time of the day. This was snapped a month ago waiting for the train to Santa Barbara at the Diridon Station in San Jose. Lots of old wood, a ginormous old US flag covering a window, beautiful fixtures, and interesting people. From what I can see in photos, Los Angeles’ Union Station is much larger and probably even more interesting. Might be worth a trip on the train just to check it out…

  1. 3 Responses to “Station life”

  2. By meli on Nov 4, 2013

    you gotta go to union station!
    the metro system is the biggest elephant in LA, even more surprising how many people in LA who dont use it at all. uve inspired me to upload snaps from that last trip summer 2012

    the station in palo alto is diminutive and fairly recently open again, for that one coffee there and the restrooms. it is very small as it is pretty, worth the stop if you happen to be in the PA-

    hope all is well brad, love this shot

  3. By Brad E on Nov 4, 2013

    Hey Meli – thanks for stopping by! For sure, would love to see your Union Station pix – I’ll look for them… I’ve been by the Palo Alto station, but not inside.

    Hope to see you out there sometime Meli – it’s been awhile…

    Happy Snapz!

  4. By Dick on Nov 5, 2013

    Very cool, almost looks like you are in a church!

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