FILE - In this Aug. 30 2000, file photo, commuters walk into 

FILE - In this Aug. 30 2000, file photo, commuters walk into a tunnel at Los Angeles's  Amtrack-Metrolink Union Station under the mural "City of Dreams/River of History" by artist Richard Wyatt, showing the diversity of California's population.  Union Station is renowned for both its beauty and distinctive fusion of Spanish Colonial and Art Deco architecture when it opened in 1939. With its huge waiting room and landscaped gardens, the place, still a working train station, offers a perfect venue for reading, resting, people watching or taking a lunch break. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)
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FILE - In this Aug. 30 2000, file photo, commuters walk into a tunnel at Los Angeles's Amtrack-Metrolink Union Station under the mural "City of Dreams/River of History" by artist Richard Wyatt, showing the diversity of California's population. Union Station is renowned for both its beauty and distinctive fusion of Spanish Colonial and Art Deco architecture when it opened in 1939. With its huge waiting room and landscaped gardens, the place, still a working train station, offers a perfect venue for reading, resting, people watching or taking a lunch break. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)
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