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9:10 A.M. at Arlington Cemetery Station

After a 15 minute wait at Rosslyn for a Springfield bound Blue Line train, a bunch of us got on board with the intention of riding down to Arlington Cemetery Station so we could walk across the Memorial Bridge, which is open only to foot and bike traffic.

So far, this looks like a good move. The train coming out of Washington was almost empty. Inbound trains at Rosslyn were still jammed.

Arlington Cemetery Station on the Blue Line is a great getaway point for people planning to walk into the District. They'll head from here to the Memorial Bridge, where they'll be looking directly at the Lincoln Memorial as they cross the Potomac River.

By Robert Thomson  |  January 20, 2009; 8:55 AM ET
Categories:  Inauguration  
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