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Local train stations are gateways to CT towns. How welcoming is yours?

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In England, even tiny train stations compete for the honors of most beautiful plantings. Most train stations are owned by CTDOT but managed by the local town. Garden clubs and civic groups see their local stations as a gateway to their town where first impressions count. In New Canaan their Beautification League has done extensive plantings and plans a bluestone patio.
2 months ago·Hartford, United States

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Local train stations are gateways to CT towns. How welcoming is yours?

Every train journey, whether a cross-country adventure on Amtrak or a mundane daily commute on Metro-North, starts with the same thing: a train station.Consider Grand Central (Terminal, not Station).The architecture is so rich, the spaces so varied, that any time spent in this cathedral to transportation is time well spent.  You can have a sit-down meal or grab a beer and a sandwich… pick up a newspaper, or a new iPhone… it’s all there. GCT is c…

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