Railroads formed Deep Ellum, but much has changed since then. The brick structures that remain have been home to businesses as diverse as the people who frequent them — blues and jazz clubs, meat markets, pawnshops, restaurants and bars, vaudeville theaters, sheet metal and auto repair shops, as well as houses of worship. With the area's oral history fading, artist Julie Cohn has taken an empty canvas and made it beautiful. Deep Ellum Station is also home to a three-part stainless steel sculpture series called The Traveling Man created by Brandon Oldenburg of Deep Ellum's own Reel FX Creative Studios and Brad Oldham of Dallas-based Brad Oldham Inc. Deep Ellum Station is served by DART Rail Green Line trains.
The DART Rail system features 65 stations, located in downtown Dallas, South Dallas, South Oak Cliff, West Oak Cliff, the North Central Expressway Corridor to North Dallas, Richardson and Plano, the Northeast Corridor to Garland and Rowlett, the Northwest Corridor to Farmers Branch and Carrollton, the Southeast Corridor to Pleasant Grove and the Northwest Corridor to Irving and DFW Airport.
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