The historic Orlando Amtrak station — which doubles as a SunRail stop – has been an eyesore for almost a decade. The terminal, which is owned by the Florida Department of Transportation (which also runs SunRail) was badly in need of exterior and interior paint and other renovation. We wrote about this problem last summer.
Finally the renovation work was launched, and it’s already making a huge difference at this vintage train terminal that is just down the street from Orlando Regional Medical Center.
Check out the photos showing what the station looked like last summer, and see what it looks like now. There is still much more exterior work to be done, but we’re certainly happy to see the progress.
The scope of the ongoing renovation work only involves the exterior. The station’s interior is badly in need of upgrades, too.