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March 24, 2011


F.K. Plous

I'm working on a book called "The Stations and Their Fates: What Happened to North America's Great Urban Railroad Stations during the Age of Air and Auto and Their Future in the Age of High Speed Rail." The book catalogs all of the large downtown passenger stations and describes what happened to them after train service lost popularity. I'm working on the St. Louis chapter now and would welcome any history, background, or observations about St. Louis Union Station that anyone would care to contribute.


Fritz Plous

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