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An image of the former Eckington Yards demolished around the time Metro was built.
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An image of the former Eckington Yards demolished around the time Metro was built.

It's our weekly trip around the region. This week, we visit Northeast D.C.'s Eckington neighborhood and the historic downtown of Herndon, Va.

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