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Grand Central Terminal Suburban Level

Grand Central Terminal Suburban Level

The train gates on the lower level of Grand Central Terminal were used for suburban traffic of the New York Central and New York, New Haven, and Hartford. The Terminal was designed to have purpose-based designated areas - commuter and long distance departures, as well as a room for arrivals.

Date: 1912

Grand Central Customer Service Guide

Grand Central Customer Service Guide

Brochure by Metro North Railroad explaining important things to know about Grand Central Terminal, and where to get help.

Date: 1986

Grand Central Theatre

Grand Central Theatre

A postcard advertising the newsreel movie theatre in Grand Central, adjacent to track 17 where the retail shops in the Graybar passage are currently located.
Guide to Metro North

Guide to Metro North

Introduction to the Metro North system, detailing Grand Central Terminal, the Harlem, Hudson, and New Haven Lines, and other topics including Safety and Comfort and Equipment and Shops.

Date: 1986

Grand Central and NY Central Building

Grand Central and NY Central Building

Postcard showing Grand Central Terminal and the New York Central Building behind it. The 35 story railroad office tower is located at 230 Park Avenue and is known today as the Helmsley Building.
Grand Central Terminal Skylight

Grand Central Terminal Skylight

Postcard showing the main concourse of Grand Central Terminal with no information booth, and a skylight in the ceiling instead of the sky ceiling painting. This concept was later rejected due to cost.
Grand Central Centennial Official Program

Grand Central Centennial Official Program

Official program detailing the events and exhibits related to the celebration of Grand Central Terminal's centennial.

Date: 2013

Grand Central Barber Shop

Grand Central Barber Shop

Postcard showing the official Grand Central Terminal Barber Shop, operated by James Carey. Carey was a trained barber who operated 25 barber shops, but sold his business to focus on business ventures in Grand Central. The basement area in Grand Central known as "Carey's hole" is named after him.
Grand Central Theatre

Grand Central Theatre

A postcard advertising the newsreel movie theatre in Grand Central, adjacent to track 17 where the retail shops in the Graybar passage are currently located.
Grand Central and Commodore Hotel

Grand Central and Commodore Hotel

The Commodore Hotel opened alongside Grand Central in January of 1919. In the 1980s the hotel was encased in glass and renamed the Grand Hyatt. Today, the building is closed, with demolition expected in the near future.