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Concerning the New Grand Central Station
Four-Track Series number 33, entitled the Center of the First City of the World, Concerning the New Grand Central Station of the New York Central Lines.
Grand Central Station
The original Grand Central Depot was renovated and expanded by architect Bradford Gilbert. Now renamed Grand Central Station, the building featured a new waiting room for passengers and three additional floors for railroad offices.
Grand Central Depot
A decorated postcard depicts Grand Central Depot, designed by Henry Snook and completed in 1871. The station took up nearly 21 acres of space, and stretched from 42nd street to 56th street between Lexington and Madison Ave.
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 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.