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  • My guess is that the kiosk is going to look dated REAL fast.

    • I dislike your attitude. There’s nothing wrong with “dated”. The metro, white house, cathedral, hinkley hilton, etc. are all “dated” but they are some of the finest examples of architecture we have in this city.

      I, for one, am grateful to see something that looks like some thought went into it for a change.

  • I get the need for seating, but Union Station is like one big retail pavillion already.

  • That waiting room also felt like a sauna the last time I tried sitting in it, back around the beginning of June. Maybe the “retail pavilion” will have working climate control.

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