N.C. transportation secretary Gene Conti, left, and Joseph Szabo, federal railroad administrator inside the former Dillon Supply Viaduct Building on West Martin Street, future site of Union Station, Raleigh's new Amtrak depot.
N.C. transportation secretary Gene Conti, left, and Joseph Szabo, federal railroad administrator inside the former Dillon Supply Viaduct Building on West Martin Street, future site of Union Station, Raleigh's new Amtrak depot. bsiceloff@newsobserver.com
N.C. transportation secretary Gene Conti, left, and Joseph Szabo, federal railroad administrator inside the former Dillon Supply Viaduct Building on West Martin Street, future site of Union Station, Raleigh's new Amtrak depot. bsiceloff@newsobserver.com

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