Train Stations, Bridges & Smelly Headquarters In The USA

5 CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS IN THE USA WHICH SMELL

1. Anheuser-Busch-St. Louis, MO (brewery is part of headquarters complex).
2. Eli Lily-Indianapolis, IN (plant across the street manufacturing penicillin).
3. Hersheys-Hershey, PA (chocolate smell from plant across the way).
4. Armstrong World Industries--Lancaster, PA (smell from nearby rubber plant).
5. Coors-Golden, CO (brewery on premises)

BEST BRIDGES IN THE UNITED STATES TO RIDE A BICYCLE ACROSS

Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, New York
George Washington Bridge, New York City, New York
Main Street Bridge, Jacksonville, Florida
Central Bridge, Cincinnati, Ohio (built in 1891)
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California
Clark Memorial Bridge, Louisville, Kentucky
Smithfield Street Bridge, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Philadelphia, PA (built 1926)

THE TEN BEST HISTORICAL TRAIN STATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
Some of the most magnificent buildings and architecture found anywhere in the country are in train stations.

1. Union Station, Washington D.C. (renovated 1988, still used, also houses large retail and food shops)
2. St. Louis Union Station, St. Louis, MO (now houses a hotel and retail shops complex)
3. Cincinnati Union Terminal, Cincinnati, OH (world's largest permanent half-dome ever constructed). Built in 1933 (Art Deco) at a cost of $41 million (most expensive railroad station ever built.)
4. Omaha Union Station, Omaha, Nebraska. (houses the Omaha History Museum)
5. Grand Central Station, New York City, NY (still in use)
6. Union Station, Los Angeles, CA (still in use)
7. Rio Grande Depot, Salt Lake City, Utah (renovated in 1981 & houses the Utah State History Museum)
8. Union Station, Louisville, Kentucky, (renovated in 1980 and now houses general offices for Transit Authority of River City).
9. Union Station, Wichita, KS (used as offices for Multimedia Cablevision, Inc.)
10. Union Station, Denver, CO (still in use)