Saturday, February 02, 2013

Grand celebration

By Mustang Bobby

Grand Central Terminal turns 100.

I’ve never arrived in New York by train, so I’ve never used it as a traveler. But I’ve been through Grand Central Terminal to catch a subway and just to look at this icon of American architecture from a time when places of industry were monuments.

(Cross-posted at Bark Bark Woof Woof.)

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  • I'm glad the Grand Central station has survived the wrecker's ball (unlike the glorious Penn Station that was torn down in 1963). Photos of the latter reveal what a heart-breaking architectural loss this was for NYC (and indeed, the world).

    By Blogger Marc McDonald, at 12:35 AM  

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