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Are you a Washingtologist? Answer this question about Union Station.

Think you’re a master of local trivia? Try answering the Washingtology question of the day from Cultural Tourism DC. Take your best guess and see what others have answered in our daily quiz.

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Answer: The merging of D.C.’s two competing railroad depots in 1907.

Source: H Street, NE, Heritage Trail, Sign 1. “The station’s name refers to the ‘union’ of two competing railroad depots…” http://www.culturaltourismdc.org/sites/default/files/WEB%20PDF%20H%20Street%20NE%20English%20low%20res.pdf

Find more Washingtology quizzes here , and check back every week day for a new Washingtology question of the day.

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