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Nation IN BRIEF : PENNSYLVANIA : Train Station Back on Track After Fire

December 25, 1991|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Philadelphia's 30th Street train station and Amtrak's busy Northeast corridor were back in operation as if a six-alarm fire that virtually shut down rail traffic Monday night had never happened. The just-finished $100-million, 2 1/2-year renovation was largely intact despite a heavy smell of smoke and a fine film of soot. Fire officials said investigators do not expect to find a cause until at least Thursday for the fire that raged out of control more than four hours.

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