NOLA- New Orleans, LA

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Bienvenue en Louisiane !

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New Orleans Union Station (shown here in the 1920s) opened in 1892 and was torn down in 1954 for the current New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal that consolidated the inter-city railroad services. It was the only railroad station Chicago architect Louis Sullivan ever designed. Sullivan’s brother Albert worked for the Illinois Central Railroad, who commissioned the building. Sullivan also used this train station when traveling to his vacation bungalow in nearby Mississippi.
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"No Parking"
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New Orleans
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Bourbon Street and Ursulines Avenue circa 1925. “New Orleans organ grinder.” by Arnold Genthe
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Mardi Gras Costume | New Orleans | 2013 | Sam Ballen
A cool take on traditional gender expressions
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Six Flags New Orleans by Chris Luckhardt on Flickr.