Business & Finance: Chicago's Station

The new $75,000,000 Union Station in Chicago, it is announced, may be ready for use by the Christmas holidays. It is the western terminal of the Pennsylvania R. R., the eastern terminal of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, and the northern terminal of the Chicago & Alton.

The new station is located across the river, southwest of the "loop" or business district. Its main waiting room contains 26,500 sq. ft.; other waiting rooms account for 22,000 sq. ft. more. The building proper is eight stories in height; in addition...

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