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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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THIS ALBUM, AND DO YoU
REALIZE THAT YOD HAVEJiT
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SINCE-, YOU YIERE
FIFTEEN YEARS
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NEW STATION TO BEGIN WORK
Thousands of men will be placed
to work constructing the new freight
terminals of the Pennsylvania rail
road shortly, and a month from now
work on the $65,000,000 Union sta
tion is expected to begin.
All this will occur if the council
passes an ordmance granting a new
tract of land, near 16th8t, to the
B. & O. railroad to be used as freight
yards. The proposed terminals will
occupy the land along the river south
of Harrison st.f at present held by the
B. & O. railroad, which refuses to
transfer it to the Pennsylvania with-
out compensation. j
Mechanics, bricklayers and con
crete men will not be employed for
some months, as the property will
have to be cleared.
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