What Is the Biggest Train Station in the World?

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Nagoya Station located in Nakamura-ku, Japan is the biggest train station in the world with a floor area of 410,000 m ². The station was completed in December 1999 and is a central focus of Nagoya city.
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Grand central terminal is a terminal station at Manhattan in New York City. It is the largest train station in the world by with 44 platforms and 67 tracks along them.
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