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This 1972 photo shows what is now Riverfront Park in Spokane. By late 1972, railroad tracks were dismantled, while the Great Northern depot, left, and the depot for Milwaukee Road and UnionPacific remained standing. (Photo archive/The Spokesman-Review)

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Every Monday in The Spokesman-Review we bring you a new installment of Then & Now, a photo feature showing historic and modern images of places around Spokane.

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