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Railway stations and mobility: historians and present challenges

Abstract : Though railway stations originated in nineteenth-century Europe, they have inspired renewed interest worldwide since the 1980s. To be convinced of that suggestion, one need only consider major projects such as Washington DC’s Union Station (1988), Berlin’s Hauptbahnhof (2006), St Pancras International (2007), or the complete renovation of Gare du Nord in Paris since 1998.
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Stéphanie Sauget. Railway stations and mobility: historians and present challenges. Mobility in History, Berghahn Journals, 2013, 4, p. 101-105. ⟨hal-02329404⟩



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