Auguste Lamy, Paris. Bridge erected on the site of the Place de l'Europe, over the Western Region Railway, 1868.

The Gare Saint-Lazare embodied this modernization. Largest and most active of the city's train stations, it handled 40 percent of Parisian rail travelers; its trains also ran out to the northern suburbs, where city dwellers flocked for weekend leisure.

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