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Uffelen, Chris Van
Serving as gateways to the cities, train stations were the important urban building developments at the turn of the 20th century. One century later this building mission is experiencing a fascinating renaissance. On a world-wide basis, facilities are emerging that need to fulfill various functions very often they have to serve as shopping malls.
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Level 1: Contemporary Underground Stations of the World

Baker L
Since the London Metropolitan Railway was opened in 1863 the subway has become a symbol of urban life. Tunnel systems are the lifelines of the big cities, transporting millions of passengers every day. This volume provides an overview of the highly interesting and manifold trends in underground construction around the world.
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It's a Gas!: The Allure of the Gas Station

Gestalten, Sascha
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Subway Stations Around The World

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West Kowloon Station: Andrew Bromberg at Aedas

Jodidio, Philip
An in-depth look at the dramatic architecture and design for the largest rail transportation hub in the world, serving a high-speed rail network that connects Hong Kong to major cities in China, with its pioneering, ecofriendly, and socially sound design.
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Airports on Hold

Favargiotti S
A glimpse into the past and present of airport architecture, touching on the capriciousness of humanity that has the ability to build structures never meant to be inhabited, and decommissioned when they are deemed to be of no further use.
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Schiphol - Groundbreaking Airport Design 1967-1975

Meurs, Isabel van Lent, Paul
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Urban Rail Transit Design Manual

Liu , Hanlin
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