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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — New technology is going into place at Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station. A new video board has been installed, and soon it will be providing train information to travelers.

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The new board is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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End Of An Era: 30th Street Station’s Beloved Flipping Board Has Been Removed

It replaces the old board with its signature click-clack sound. Despite public outcry, the flipboard was removed in late January.

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It now sits at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.