Portland, OR Chinatown & Union Station District Photos

North of Old Town Portland, OR stands Chinatown, Union Station and a heritage warehouse district (including one designed by Daniel H. Burnham) which has been repurposed for housing & entertainment.

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Entrance gate to Portland's Chinatown with lions. Portland, OR.Chinatown gate with lion. Portland, OR.Building of Portland's Chinatown. Portland, OR.Entrance gate to Chinese Garden. Portland, OR.
Entrance gate to Portland's Chinatown with lions. Portland, OR.Chinatown gate with lion. Portland, OR.Building of Portland's Chinatown. Portland, OR.Entrance gate to Chinese Garden (NW 2nd Ave. at Everett St.). Portland, OR.
Pine & naturally sculpted rock of Portland's Chinese Garden. Portland, OR.Union Station. Portland, OR.Tower of Portland's Union Station. Portland, OR.Marshall-Wells Warehouse #2. Portland, OR.
Pine & naturally sculpted rock of Portland's Chinese Garden. Portland, OR.Union Station (1892) (800 NW 6th Ave.). Portland, OR. Style: Queen Anne. Architect: Van Brunt & Howe. On National Register.Tower of Portland's Union Station. Portland, OR.Marshall-Wells Warehouse #2 (1910) ( 1420 NW Lovejoy St.). Portland, OR. Architect: Daniel H. Burnham & Co.. On National Register.
Facade of Burnham's Marshall-Wells Warehouse #2. Portland, OR.Streetscape at Burnside & Park Streets with flatiron building. Portland, OR.

Facade of Burnham's Marshall-Wells Warehouse #2. Portland, OR.Streetscape at Burnside & Park Streets with flatiron building. Portland, OR.


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