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Recent researches show that the high spatial resolution glass Resistive Plate Chambers (RPC) are very promising detectors for Muon Tomography(MT) for discriminating high-Z nuclear materials in containers or vehicles. Prototyping RPCs with LC delay-line readout method were constructed and tested. Detection efficiencies for cosmic rays of about 95% were obtained for both avalanche and streamer modes of operation. A narrow profile for avalanche signal mode is obtained, which lead to an intrinsic spatial resolution less than 1.0 mm FWHM. We meanwhile report imaging results of a Muon Tomography Station prototype based on glass RPCs. Fig 1(a) shows the setup of our MT test station prototype. After 24 hours of exposure, the shapes of two tested bricks ware clear and the difference of mean scattering angle can be observed in Fig. 1(b).