The History Of TRAINS
The end station of a railway line is called the terminal. Many were built as the headquarters of new rail companies in the last century, and are grand, ornate buildings. Capital cities such as London, Paris or Moscow are ringed by large terminals, each of which serves a different region of the country. Famous stations include London's Victoria, the Gare de Lyons in Paris, and in the United States, New York's Grand Central. Jacoma Station, in Washington State, is built in the grand style.
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