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Preservation

Take a look at historic preservation in Columbus. See how a turn-of-the-century national movement shaped Downtown Columbus. Discover the story of Union Station and see how the city remembers its railroad history. Find out how a historic home now serves families who are in Columbus for cancer treatments. And join us for a field trip […]

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Preservation Preview

Next time, take a look at historic preservation in Columbus. See how a turn-of-the-century national movement shaped Downtown Columbus. Discover the story of Union Station and see how the city remembers its railroad history. Find out how a historic home now serves families who are in Columbus for cancer treatments. And join us for a […]

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Driving With Darbee: Lasting Legacy of Union Station

Columbus Union Station and its predecessors served railroad passengers in Columbus, Ohio, from February 27, 1850, until April 28, 1977. Local architectural historian, Jeff Darbee gives us a detailed look at its architecture, history and lasting legacy.

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The Evolution of Preservation Preview

Columbus' Union Station Arch

Preservation in Columbus has evolved from emergency activism to thoughtful collaboration.

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Downtown Columbus and Franklinton: The City Beautiful Movement

The City Beautiful Movement was a reform philosophy of North American architecture and urban planning that flourished during the 1890s and 1900s with the intent of introducing beautification and monumental grandeur in cities. Find out how downtown Columbus benefitted from this national movement.

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