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Re: [z_scale] 1888 Capitol City Passenger Station by Micron Art on Cover Page

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  • Reynard Wellman
    Hello Randy, Oops, I left a dangling participle at the end of my last email. Here is the completed thought: Would that today we could achieve such fine
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      Hello Randy,

      Oops, I left a dangling participle at the end of my last email. Here is
      the completed thought:

      "Would that today we could" achieve such fine architectural expression
      in our public spaces, whether they be railroad depots or even shopping
      malls. Most megalithic architecture of today is more like a blight of
      commercialism than a satisfying artistic expression of liberty and free
      enterprise.

      Reynard Wellman


      Reynard Wellman wrote:

      > SNIP>
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      > Would that today we could
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      > Randy Smidt wrote:
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      > > It's been said that Lighthouses are the castles of America. Well I
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      > > think that Railroad Stations are our cathedrals (or should I say
      > > were).
      > >
      > > Randy Smidt
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      > SNIP>
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