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More Scenes from an Inauguration


Everyone has your welfare at heart: A sign at Penn Station advertises inaugural totes and bag lunches for sale. | Image by Edward Ericson Jr.

At 7:40 a.m., a line of people at Penn Station waits for the 8:05 a.m. MARC train. | Image by Edward Ericson Jr.

A vendor standing on Massachusetts Avnenue in Washington sells buttons for $3. | Image by Edward Ericson Jr.

More vending on Massachusetts Avenue at the gate of the conservative Heritage Foundation. | Image by Edward Ericson Jr.

The family in this photo (backs to the camera) traveled three days to get to Washington for the Inauguration, and finally found a spot to watch the activity, about a quarter of a mile from the nearest Jumbotron. | Image by Edward Ericson Jr.

A frozen pool of ice in front of the Capitol building is good for walking on water today. | Image by Edward Ericson Jr.

Another view of the ice in front of the Capitol. | Image by Edward Ericson Jr.

The aftermath: This is what it looked like at the Capitol at about 2:30 p.m. | Image by Edward Ericson Jr.
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