Grand Central Terminal turns 100

The Grand Central Terminal turns 100! I’ve searched for some links: flickr. com / / – when I walked through this hall I felt happy, feeling a certain mood like “we-are-in-the-same-boat”… – thanks to Noel / NYC♥NYC (1) and fotorené / Rene Alphenaar (2) and “verde, verde” (3) for sending their photos to my group BLOG IT!
Grand Central Terminal Centennial Celebration
title=”Grand Central Terminal Centennial Celebration” – photo by Noel / NYC♥NYC, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr
New York, Grand Central Terminal
title=”New York, Grand Central Terminal” by fotorené / René Alphenaar, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr
Grand Central Terminal Centennial
title=”Grand Central Terminal Centennial” – photo by verde verde, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr

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18 responses to “Grand Central Terminal turns 100

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  3. What an amazing building!


  4. Ufffffff…. Impresionante, Una Gran Estación, Y Una Gran Serie De Fotografías…


  5. WordsFallFromMyEyes

    This Grand Central looks enormous to me, like the Cistine Chapel. Love celebrating history that remains standing.


  6. An iconic building. Thanks for sharing.


  7. Your photos here are quite superb. I wasn’t able to find such a nice one for my post on the free sites.
    Did you hear that the shops were all charging 1913 prices yesterday? I wonder how much coffee and a breakfast cost in 1913?


    • “… the shops were all charging 1913 prices …”
      – an amusing idea!
      I believe we had in Germany 1913 inflation?
      So a coffee and a breakfast would cost 1,000 $$ maybe?


  8. I am there all the time and I love it- I have lots of pictures of the ceilings and the lights that hang down and the stairwells. Its a beautiful place but I never saw so many people there as in the second picture? Flash mob? : ))


  9. One of my very favorite places. Used to love dinner at the Oyster Bar.


  10. Amy

    Grand station. Thank God they did try to save it.


  11. A landmark of NYC….one of my favorite spots


  12. This is one of my favorite places in the world! Great shot.


  13. It’s so beautiful since they renovated it.


  14. I was really amazed at the beauty and grandeur of this hall when I first saw it. Great photo.


  15. The station opened in 1871 didn’t it..?
    – and so has been called Grand Central Terminal since 1913… :-)


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