In either late-1973 or early-1974, while still a student at UT-Austin, I lugged a 4×5 view camera home to Texarkana with the notion of using at Texarkana’s Union Station. By then, the venerable old structure, dedicated in 1929, resting its bones in both Texas and Arkansas, had been closed for quite a while. Trains still ran on the tracks in back, but the station itself was closed. Approaching it, I found two things astonishing: 1) No Tresspassing signs were non-existent, 2) it was open. So I carefully walk inside, setting up shop in the cavernous space. It was really spooky. After a while inside, I set up the camera in back for a few photos. These photos are just copies from large prints as I’ve not been able to locate the original film. Is Union Station still intact today? I think so, but would be eager to find out. If it is, no doubt someone couldn’t just stroll in like I did in the early 70s.