Tulsa Union Depot, another Tulsa Art Deco building, was completed in 1931 and served as Tulsa's rail passenger terminal until 1967. It sat empty and deteriorating for years until it was converted to office space in the 1980's. Last year another marked the completion of another conversion. It is now the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame.
The building has a lot of detailing. Below is my favorite. I couldn't figure out what it was for a long time and then I realized that it was a winged wheel on a railroad. The design is repeated all around the building.
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