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I might have misunderstood, but my impression all along had been that the real girders would be used alongside the trail just outside the Lyttonsville station, while the replica ones are going to be used at the station itself for artwork.

I vaguely seem to remember hearing something about originally wanting to use the real girders at the station, but people weren't happy with the fact that it no longer felt like a bridge in the station artwork plans.

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