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Inside New York City's Moynihan Train Hall: The Future of Penn Station

The dark, dank, decrepit, dehumanizing, cramped, confusing, stinky (yes, stinky) and generally misery-inducing hellhole that is New York City’s Pennsylvania Station is finally destined for an overhaul. And it could be fantastic.
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