1301 Western Avenue,
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With Alfred Fellheimer and Stuart Wagner as architects, the tiny Newsreel Theatre was part of one of the last of the great American railroad stations, the Cincinnati Union Terminal, an Art Deco style masterpiece which opened in March, 1933, and remained in service for only 39 years.
Its plush, over-sized seats provided travelers with a comfortable way to spend time waiting between trains by watching an hour’s program of newsreels and short subjects. The terminal stills stands, converted into the Cincinnati Museum Center.
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