The historic Union Station in downtown Los Angeles is a photographer's paradise, an art deco masterpiece that every visitor should check out. 

The station, built in the 1930s, sees some 100,000 passengers coming through the halls daily, en route to places like Seattle, Santa Barbara, Chicago and New Orleans. 

It's right down the street from Philippe's the Original, one of the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles, and also a must-stop for any tourist, and directly across from Olvera Street, the first street in Los Angeles, and now an old Mexico themed marketplace.

To find out more about what to do and photograph in Los Angeles, check out:

L.A. in 1 Day Photowalk

DTLA: Photo Highlights

Silverlake Photowalk

Walt Disney Concert Hall Photowalk 

Venice Beach Photowalk

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