Please join APT WGLC on a free members-only tour of the Chicago Union Station! Chicago Union Station was designed by Daniel Burnham and completed by Graham, Anderson, Probst and White. Construction began in 1913 and spanned 12 years, with the building opening to the public in 1925. The Great Hall space is currently undergoing a restoration to address longstanding water infiltration issues and return the space to its original appearance. APT WGLC will meet at 2:00pm at the 500 W. Jackson entrance. This is an active construction site, please wear appropriate footwear. Please bring a hardhat if you have one, if not hard hats will be available for loan on site. Please note that registration is limited to 20 members.
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