What was Penn Station named after?

What was Penn Station named after?

A A state
B A company
C A NYC avenue

The correct answer is A state.

2 Replies to “What was Penn Station named after?”

  1. The correct answer is B company
    Penn Station, short for Pennsylvania Station, is named for the Pennsylvania Railroad, its builder and original owner. It was common back in the day for a station to take the name of the railroad company that built it, so Penn Station shares its name with several stations in the US. Fun fact: If many companies collaborated on a station, it was often named Union Station.

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