Business: Rail Week

Opening. The Brothers Van Sweringen, lately very much in the railroad news, will once more emerge into the limelight when they formally open this week (Saturday) their great new Union Station in Cleveland. Grouped around the imposing terminal tower (708 ft. high, tallest west of New York) are the new post office, a bank, and Builders' Exchange, all of them fronting on Public Square. The project cost more than many a complete railroad; between $150,000,000 and $200,000,000. The terminal itself cost $88,560,000 (the original estimate was...

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