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Paris’s Gare du Nord, which serves 200 million passengers a year, more than any other train station in Europe, badly needs a face-lift. State-owned SNCF, which runs France’s railroad network, says it will spend close to $64 million during the next four years to clean the station up and make it more comfortable.

Photograph by Kim Badawi for Bloomberg Businessweek

Paris’s Gare du Nord, which serves 200 million passengers a year, more than any other train station in Europe, badly needs a face-lift. State-owned SNCF, which runs France’s railroad network, says it will spend close to $64 million during the next four years to clean the station up and make it more comfortable.

Photograph by Kim Badawi for Bloomberg Businessweek

Gare du Nord in Disrepair