Over the past two weeks, a few snow storms have moved through Little Rock. And since everyone panics at the mere mention of a snowflake, the city was shut down for a few days. I headed out one evening, trying to get a few pictures before all the snow had melted. I was a little too late, since it was above freezing and the city was slowly thawing.
The first stop was the state capitol, where most of the snow had already melted.
No doubt from all those politician's hot air....am I right, people?
From there I headed over to Union Station, the city's old trail station. Union Station was built in 1921, and still serves Amtrak trains.