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The Architecture Of Train Stations

Over on NYT's travel section they're having a Q & A about the design of railroad stations with David Naylor, author of Railroad Stations: The Buildings That Linked the Nation. Our very own Union Station pops up a few times in the discussion and Naylor mentions, "Grand Central and D.C. Union Station have thrived, at least after a few misguided revisions along the way."

· Ask a Railroad Station Expert [NYT]
· The Wide World Seen From Train Windows [NYT]