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Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel (Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Station)
As the birthplace and operational center of the Lackawanna Railroad, Scranton received a gift from the Lackawanna's Manhattan owners in 1907: a grand French Renaissance railroad station and office building, essentially an enlarged version of Murchison's earlier Hoboken terminal for the same railroad. This station, built to serve as a fitting gateway to the Electric City, remains the Lackawanna Valley's primary City Beautiful monument. After the railroad closed in 1970, the building
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