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South Station’s mechanical schedule board will be replaced with an electronic version.

Nostalgia for noise at South Station

T wants high-tech sign to have low-tech sound

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / April 6, 2006

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A steady ''tickticktickticktick" sounded from the schedule board above the concourse at South Station yesterday. As they have for decades, the necks of travelers craned upward, a Pavlovian response as the black-and-white flaps flipped over and over on the station's 20-year-old Italian-made Solari board. (Full article: 653 words)

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