While the station diagram indicates one square (building #34) as the Post Exchange - in reality, there were four buildings - joined together. Early station drawings identify these as being "E", "F", "G" and "H", with the following breakdown for use:
E - Snack Bar and an electronics store which contained radios and stereo systems
F - Dry goods, cigarettes, liquor, gasoline coupons, and a camera shop
G - Storage area
H - Commissary which included groceries and a butcher shop. Beer could also be purchased in this area.
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Updated: July 23, 2004