Grand Central Terminal, New York City. The Grand Central Terminal covers 69.8 acres facing East 42nd Street, from Vanderbilt to Lexington Avenue, the largest and most costly Railroad Station in the world. It has 31 miles of tracks under cover, with a capacity for handling 200 trains and 70,000 passengers each hour. There are 42 tracks for long distance express trains on the 42nd Street level, and 25 tracks for suburban trains in the concourse, 25 feet below the Street.
Item Type: Postcard, Printed, White Border
Publisher: American Art Post Card Co. (Boston, MA)
Approximate Date: 1910-1919 [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: Grand Central Terminal - New York, NY
Collection: Matthew D. Cosgro, Nashua City Station
NCS Collection ID: 9304000624
Approximated Date • The type of media, the subject content, the publisher, and postal cancellations all contribute to identifying the approximate date. Due to the reproduction of early images onto modern mediums or the long timespan a medium may have been in use, this date may be inaccurate.