In the early part of the 20th century, elaborate buildings and state-of-the-art architecture towered over Ogden. These buildings were supported by the booming railroad economy, but by the end of the century, many local landmarks sat vacant or underused. As Ogden’s economy improves again, the city and developers have pushed to either renovate or remove the empty icons in and around downtown.

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