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    in or at

    To go to New York, you need to change trains in chicago.
    To go to New York, you need to change trains at chicago.
    Which of these is considered to be correct?

    Thank you.

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    Re: in or at

    Quote Originally Posted by bouji View Post
    To go to New York, you need to change trains in chicago.
    To go to New York, you need to change trains at chicago.

    Both prepositions are correct yet 'at' would be better used to define where one would change trains.

    To go to New York, you need to change trains at South Street Station in Chicago.

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