The US Postal Service announced that Cincinnati’s Union Terminal will be the new postage stamp next year.
The 89-year-old building will be one of five “notable train stations” coming to the 2023 set, according to a press statement.
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The 20 stamp set includes depictions of Tamaqua Station in Pennsylvania, Point of Rocks Station in Maryland, Main Street Station in Virginia, Santa Fe Station in California, and Union Terminal.
Stamp was created by Down the Street Designs but is subject to change.
Union Terminal reopened in 2018 after a two-year, $228 million renovation.
Still in use as a train station today, it also houses the Cincinnati History Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science, the Duke Energy Children’s Museum, the Cincinnati History Library and Archives, and the Omnimax Theater. In 1972, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its unique Art Deco style and history.
How to get a Union Terminal stamp
A stamp set featuring the Union Terminal will be available for purchase in the USPS store and usps.com next year. Stamps currently cost 60 cents per stamp, but will increase to 63 cents on January 22, 2023.