The year was 1911 when Union Station in Worcester was built, replacing an earlier station that had been constructed in 1875. Today, its striking French-Renaissance style stands out in the industrial city of Worcester it calls home. Over 100 years old, this historic train station in Massachusetts is on the National Register of Historic Places – there’s no other train station quite like this in the state.


Have you ever visited this historic train station in Massachusetts? You can read more about the Worcester Union Station on The City of Worcester website.

There’s something quite alluring about train travel, isn’t there? If you’ve ever wanted to take a scenic train ride, check out these incredible day trips you can take by train in Massachusetts.

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