Ogden Union Station Locomotive Restoration Project
Jun04

Ogden Union Station Locomotive Restoration Project

If you live in Northern Utah, you’ve likely visited Ogden’s Union Station on Wall Avenue and Historic 25th Street. The station is home to several museums, an art gallery, and a restaurant. But did you know that one of the largest and most unique restoration projects is also happening at Ogden’s Union Station? Each Saturday morning, local volunteers are busy restoring a 130-year old locomotive at the Ogden Union Station Restoration...

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Indie Ogden History- Ogden Union Station
Jun01

Indie Ogden History- Ogden Union Station

This slideshow requires JavaScript. At the bottom of historic 25th Street, Ogden’s Union Station is a stunning historic building to the casual passerby. Spanish Colonial arches, tile mosaics, and a sunset-colored, brick façade— all hints of another era.  Massive, retired locomotives and colorful freight cars haunt its borders, quiet shadows of their former glory. The Union Station accommodates a limited amount of freight by rail these...

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Local Spotlight: Ogden arts festival
May21

Local Spotlight: Ogden arts festival

The Ogden arts festival is in its 9th year and there are some exciting things going on this year that you don’t want to miss. John and Mikaela went down to the union station to sit in on one of the meetings  and get some questions from the busy organizers. Be sure to keep an eye out because we will be featuring a ton of new articles all about Ogden  Arts Fest right here on Indie Ogden!   What are your names and what do you...

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Battle of the Bands review 2012
Feb25

Battle of the Bands review 2012

The 9th annual Battle of the Bands gave 12 high schools the opportunity to show off their best band and let them play like pros. They had a stage, audience, judges from the media and music industries (including King Niko and The Suicycles), stage crew, professional equipment—the works.  And the bands owned every minute of it! Each rocked it out and encouraged the audience to do the same.  Northridge, for instance, had the audience...

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