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Grand Central Is Empty  For only the second time in the history of New York City mass transit, the MTA has suspended all train, bus, and commuter rail service due to a natural diaster. The first time was last year, for Tropical Storm Irene.

Sandy's Projected Storm Surge A 'Worst Case Scenario'

Photo Grand Central Terminal closed early on October 2012 in advance of Hurricane Sandy. This photo shows the largely empty Terminal after the last trains had departed. (By MTAPhotos)

Grand Central Station

Grand Central Terminal, NYC, National Historic Landmark, Behind the Tiffany Clock

Railway stations are an urban manifestation of a major commuting method - the railway. With well-designed stations, often a landmark in major cities with growing traffic, the railway stations become a transit hub and an important node in the expanding urbanization of our cities.

Majestic Train Stations

Ceiling in Grand Central Terminal showing the astronomy paintings. When I started working in NYC in this ceiling was black. They started restoring it in the mid and by the late it was this beautiful ceiling.

Visit Grand Central Terminal around midday, as light streams in from the cathedral-like windows, to appreciate this 100-year-old architectural gem’s massive main concourse and discover its hidden nooks and crannies.

Visit Grand Central Terminal around midday, as light streams in from the cathedral like windows, to appreciate this 100 year old architectural gem’s massive main concourse, and discover its hidden nooks and crannies.

the love of liberty #nycfeelings

Statue of Liberty, NYC (Magical light, only at sunrise)

Glow over Manhattan.         Astounding images of New York City plunged into darkness.

Glow over Manhattan. Astounding images of New York City plunged into darkness.

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