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The monumental 1910 station can be rebuilt — without too much cost or fuss, and without disrupting current train service.
Pennsylvania Station in 1962. Library of Congress via Wikimedia Commons
Mr. Brussat was the architecture critic at the Providence Journal for 25 years. He writes the blog Architecture Here and There.
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