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Harrisburg Transportation Center
In 1884, Frank Furness bragged that his stations for the Reading Railroad were being imitated by its competitor, the Pennsylvania Railroad, which had recently hired Powell as staff architect. Powell designed the “Pennsy”'s stations on the Chestnut Hill line in Philadelphia in a way that merged Richardsonian simplification with elements of Furness's work.
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