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Where is this Station ? a Station without a location.
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Where is this Station ? a Station without a location.
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This station is from a very old Google free E-book said to be copy right free, and in the public domain. If a complaint is made it will be removed.  
*  A Beautiful Victorian Gem, I think maybe a New York State station.  
  Maybe Saratoga.  
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Second Saratoga Springs station-
 
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It certainly is!


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* The second and the third stations were beautiful buildings and had plenty of size. I am surprised that they knocked those buildings down. That 1960 flat roofed shed was a eye sore right from the beginning. Maybe they were built with poor foundations and had to be knocked down ? Maybe the Taxes were just to high on buildings with all the extra detailing. The second reason is why so many buildings were demolished where I live.  
 
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I really have to pay more attention to what I am reading. The reason for their replacement was given. I just didn't see it.
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