Cincinnati Union Terminal main façade. The terminal opened with service from seven railroads: the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad;

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway; Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway; Louisville and Nashville Railroad;

Norfolk and Western Railway; Pennsylvania Railroad; and the Southern Railway.

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PRR herald.


The Union was a named passenger train of the Pennsylvania Railroad operating from 1933 to 1960. It's endpoints were Chicago, Illinois–Cincinnati, Ohio & Louisville, Kentucky branch via Indianapolis, Indiana; continuing cars to Norfolk (1958).