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The Penn Station waiting room.

Original Penn Station main waiting room, inspired by ancient Roman baths of Caracalla. Ceilings were 150 feet high, and sunlight poured in through the lunette windows

NY Grand Central Station (posted 1957)

I found this old Postcard Traffic on Ramp in front of Grand Central Terminal NewYork City

Hotel Governor Clinton - Opposite Pennsylvania Station - New York

Hotel Governor Clinton - Opposite Pennsylvania Station - New York

“I really believe Grand Central Terminal was saved because of what happened at Penn Station,” Mr. Samton said. The experience propelled him into a career of civic service paralleling his architectural practice, including the presidency of the City Club of New York.

50 Years Ago, Sharply Dressed Protesters Stood Up for a Train Station They Revered

A famous photograph by Eddie Hausner of the ruined sculpture "Day" by Adolph Alexander Weinman that adorned the original Penn Station in a landfill of the New Jersey Meadowlands struck a guilty chord.

“a setting of macabre surrealist vérité. This image of the Penn Station wreckage in Secaucus Meadowlands, N. Photo: Eddie Hausner/The New York Times

Pennsylvania Railroad Station, New York city : Seventh Avenue and Thirty-Second Street, looking towards Long Island

Bird’s-eye view lithograph from a watercolor by Hughson Hawley, the foremost architectural illustrator of the late and early centuries, showing midtown Manhattan as it looked when Penn Station was brand new.

Penn Station, New York City. Main Waiting Room, c. 1911, with bronze statue of PRR President Alexander Johnston Cassatt, in niche on left

Penn Station, New York City. Main Waiting Room, c. with bronze statue of PRR President Alexander Johnston Cassatt, in niche on left

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