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The beautiful (former) Union Pacific train station in Grand Island, Nebraska.

Train Station, Grand Island, Nebraska

The beautiful (former) Union Pacific train station in Grand Island, Nebraska.

Grand Army of the Republic Hall---Grand Island, Nebraska. Cornerstone of the G.A.R. Hall was laid in 1886, From 1893 to 1910 the Post Office had a ground floor space in this two story brick building. The building still stands, and most of the original architecture remains.

Grand Army of the Republic Hall---Grand Island, Nebraska. Cornerstone of the G.A.R. Hall was laid in 1886, From 1893 to 1910 the Post Office had a ground floor space in this two story brick building. The building still stands, and most of the original architecture remains.

Grand Island NE Union Pacific Station

Grand Island NE Union Pacific Station

HISTORIC PIC - This photograph taken in the late 1920s is of Grand Island’s old Koehler Hotel located at the southwest corner of North Locust and West South Front Street.  Built by Gustave Koehler, the 95 room hotel cost $100,000 to build and formally opened in 1893.  It was abandoned and razed in the summer of 1970.  At the time this photograph was taken, the Koehler Hotel was operated by George A. Heyde.

HISTORIC PIC - This photograph taken in the late 1920s is of Grand Island’s old Koehler Hotel located at the southwest corner of North Locust and West South Front Street. Built by Gustave Koehler, the 95 room hotel cost $100,000 to build and formally opened in 1893. It was abandoned and razed in the summer of 1970. At the time this photograph was taken, the Koehler Hotel was operated by George A. Heyde.

RailPictures.Net Photo: UP 1577 Union Pacific EMD SD40-2 at Grand Island, Nebraska by Allen Robertson

Roughly 160 trains go through Grand Island every day.Net Photo: UP 1577 Union Pacific EMD at Grand Island, Nebraska by Allen Robertson

Beautiful vintage film from Union Pacific's Grand Island rail yard in the 1960s.

Beautiful vintage film from Union Pacific's Grand Island rail yard in the

Kearney Nebraska NE 1908 Opera House Collectible Antique Vintage Postcard…

Unused Suhling & Koehn collectible antique vintage postcard in good condition with

Grand Island NE Post Office On Union Pacific System"" ""Third City"", has many handsome and modern public buildings

Grand Island NE Post Office On Union Pacific System"" ""Third City"", has many handsome and modern public buildings

Kearney trails and Rails. There it sits how many times have I gone by, and never even thought "I could go in."

Kearney trails and Rails. There it sits how many times have I gone by, and never even thought "I could go in."

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Bathing Beach Babes, Seven Women in Bathing attire at the beach, photographed by the National Photo Company on glass plate negative in

Grand Island, NE : Over/Under A Burlington Northern train passes above a Union Pacific, just east of downtown

Grand Island, NE : Over/Under A Burlington Northern train passes above a Union Pacific, just east of downtown

Kimball County Courthouse - Kimball, Nebraska

Kimball County Courthouse - Kimball, Nebraska

Julius Leschinsky took this photograph from the top of the Nebraska Mercantile Building (358 North Pine Street) looking southwest.  The picture highlights the Union Pacific Railroad’s passenger depot, completed in 1918.  Behind the depot is the four-story Koehler Hotel, located in the southwest corner of North Locust and West South Front Streets.

Julius Leschinsky took this photograph from the top of the Nebraska Mercantile Building (358 North Pine Street) looking southwest. The picture highlights the Union Pacific Railroad’s passenger depot, completed in 1918. Behind the depot is the four-story Koehler Hotel, located in the southwest corner of North Locust and West South Front Streets.

Grand Island's Pine Street Station, still standing as the water department building.

Grand Island's Pine Street Station, still standing as the water department building.