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Sean Reynolds

Salt Lake City at Dusk.....

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Went downtown tonight and snapped some photos. Thought I'd show 'em off. So look!

I started at a parking garage in the warehouse district. This is looking toward the lower part of downtown.

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A water tower on the building next to me.

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The Rio Grande.

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Two fat people hugging. Aint it sweet?

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Some lofts.

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LOVE this shot; showing off some downtown denisty.

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Broadway.

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Twin Boston and NewHouse buildings.

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Market Street.

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More of Market Street - The New Yorker.

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fudgein' scary!

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Historic building.

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Da top of the One Utah Center.

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Fine dining on Market Street.

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Wells Fargo Center.

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Down Main.

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Light rail tain on Main.

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Anyone need to use a toilet?

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State Street retail.

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Yum, cocktails.

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Looking north, up State.

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What once was a gas station - State again.

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WE CARRY CONTRACTS! Must be why they went out of business.

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Poor State Street.

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PAYLESS!

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Utah Imports, baby.

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The DJ bus!

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Lookin' downtown.

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Under the sea, baby!

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Back of a Mexican night club. La Cha Cha!

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There.

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Great pictures! Thoroughly enjoyed the tour!!!

I'm not so sure I'd be using that toilet though... :lol:

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Great pics man. Please, could you enlighten me, someone, what exactly is the Rio Grande? Looks pretty cool.

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Ah yes, sorry. Back in the day Salt Lake City use to be a major rail hub with two major depots (the Rio Grande and the Union Pacific). Of course the Rio Grande has now stopped running its trains, but the depot is still there. Today it is home to the Utah State Historical Society. The Union Pacific, which is a few blocks north, is still there. But it has been turned into the entrance for the Gateway Shopping Center.

Photo of the depot in the early 1900s.

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This is the UP Depot:

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And it today:

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Photos thanks to: http://www.ghostdepot.com

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