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Brightline, the privately funded passenger-rail venture in southeast Florida, yesterday offered a glimpse of its new station in downtown West Palm Beach. The station, which is nearing completion, will serve as the northern terminus of the route, which will begin in Miami. The second phase of service will extend the line to Orlando, Fla. Workers are putting finishing touches on the station's interior and installing turnstiles, security infrastructure, and food and beverage area in the upper concourse.
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