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Grand Central Station

Grand Central Terminal

89 East 42nd Street, NYC

Nearly raised except for the efforts of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the 70’s, Grand Central Terminal is a stunning example of grand urban architecture meant to enrich the lives of the millions of passengers that pass under its arches.  Opening in 1913 and the brainchild of New York Central Railroad’s chief engineer William J. Wilgus, Grand Central offers 500,000 daily commuters a space that offers both inspiration and peace. Grand Central Station is home to the famous Oyster Bar, Tiffany lamps, an astronomical ceiling, and a central clock made famous in numerous movies.


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