Monday, March 22, 2010

Union Station

This is where Julianne and I have been spending the great majority of our evenings for the past few weeks. It's a very old train station that has been converted into part museum, part conference/convention center. There is a fun little cafe in the bottom south corner of the huge building. And right above that is where we rehearse for "Power In His Touch." The stairs are old wood and steep...we are puffing heavily by the time we make it up. The floors are creaky. Rumor has it that ghosts inhabit the building...supposedly there are eyewitnesses. But it's a charming place. And I love seeing the trains each week. Tonight is our last time here before we move rehearsals into the actual theatre. I'm excited to be on stage at last...but I think, maybe, I might miss this place a little bit.


4 comments:

Mary said...

Cool. My kids would probably adore going to Union Station. I knew it was there but didn't know they had all kinds of trains and a museum. And a ghost resident? Even cooler!

Katie said...

I didn't know that was where you were rehearsing. How neat that must be! Is it a museum anyone can go to? Maybe I should take the kids someday.

MELISSA said...

one day I want to ride a train somewhere in Utah - and not just the Traxx. Maybe there can be a murder myster involved . . . (i read too many books!)

Rachel said...

Hey! This is where we took my engagement photos. I guess it has many uses!