Grand Central Railroad Station, at Forty-Second Street and Park Avenue, is the New York terminus of the New York Central and the New York, New Haven & Hartford systems. This tremedous engineering feat, often compared in magnitude with the Panama Canal, was completed in 1913. Two hundred and thirty thousand people swarm through it daily.
Item Type: Postcard, Printed, Chrome
Publisher: Lumitone Press Photoprint (New York, NY)
Approximate Date: 1930-1939 [see note below]
Postmarked: Not postally used.
Location: New York, New York
Company/Agency: The New York Central Railroad Company • The New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company
Station: New York - New York, NY
Collection: Matthew D. Cosgro, Nashua City Station
NCS Collection ID: 9304000541
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