Built in 1933, this iconic Art Deco railway station was once one of the busiest in the United States. Abandoned in the 1970s, it was restored and reopened in 1990. It is now home to museums, theaters, and one train each day. The murals depict the history of the US on one side of the main hall and Cincinnati on the other. The bright colors in the murals and on the interior of the dome make the space very interesting.
The source photographs were taken with a Nikon D40x using a Nikon 10.5mm fisheye lens. A Nodal Ninja 3 pan head was used on a modified Bogen 3000 tripod. The panorama was stitched and edited with PTGUI 8.0 and Photoshop CS3.
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