Featuring historical drawings, photographs, and postcards, this exhibition highlights the architecture and impact of Birmingham Terminal Station. Built in 1909, in its early twentieth-century heyday Terminal Station was a hub of southern rail travel and an architectural marvel. Great Temple of Travel offer viewers a window into the station’s design, construction, and status as a Magic City icon.
The exhibit will be displayed through April 10 at the Alabama Center for Architecture. The gallery will be open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.