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To Boost New York City, Rebuild the Original Penn Station

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

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DAVID BRUSSAT

Thursday, March 3, 2022

04:03:53 pm

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DAVID BRUSSAT

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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