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Architecture

On the waterfront, not your average bus stop

The dazzling Courthouse Station can be a hub for culture as well as for transit

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / March 13, 2005

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The amazing new concourse at the Courthouse Station on the Silver Line, which looks like a rock palace during a rehearsal for a light show, appears to be about six times larger than it has any logical reason to be. (Full article: 798 words)

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