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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Main Hall
Millions of people each year make the trek to the District to see its monuments and museums. But some of the most iconic sites and vistas in the nation's capital currently don't look like they do in photographs and films.
The main hall of the District's Union Station was closed Friday evening after plaster from the roof damaged in the Aug. 23 earthquake dislodged and fell to the ground.