VäXJö  STATION  IS   REBUILT,  AND   THE 
 OUTDOOR  AREA  NOW   HAS  A  ROOF.  IT'S 
 PLACED  ROUGHLY  FOUR AND A HALF  METERS 
 ABOVE  GROUND,  AND  SPANS   THE  ENTIRE 
     TRAINYARD, BUS LANDING ZONE, AND     
   SURROUNDING PARKS. THERE'S ALUMINUM    
    BEAMS GOING WEST-EAST EVERY EIGHT     
 METERS OR SO, THE REST OF  THE STRUCTURE 
     BEING MADE OF LIGHTWEIGHT BAMBOO     
                 PLASTIC.                 
                                          
 NOTEWORTHY  IS  THE  HUNDREDS  OF  FANS, 
 THERE TO CLEAR  OUT EXHAUST  FUMES  FROM 
 CARS AND  BUSES  IDLING  UNDER THE  ROOF 
   SEARCHING FOR PASSENGERS (THEY WOULD   
 FIGHT  TO GET  A SPOT  CLOSE TO THE MAIN 
  BUILDING, AND ADVERTISE SOME LUCRATIVE  
    DESTINATION, WHERE THEY WOULD THEN    
 ACTUALLY GO, MOST  OF  THE TIME).  SINCE 
      THE FANS REGULATE THEIR SPEED       
      INDIVIDUALLY DEPENDING ON THEIR     
 SURROUNDING AIR QUALITY, SOMETIMES THEY  
         ACCIDENTALLY HARMONIZE.