NYT: Union Station in Washington Has a Grand Development Plan

April 14, 2015

WASHINGTON – This city’s venerable Union Station, which opened with much fanfare in 1908, was never about the federal union but about the union of two railroads whose separate terminals had formerly occupied valuable space blocks apart, even encroaching on the National Mall.

Read the full story about development plans for Washington’s Union Station in The New York Times.

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