A Book About How Grand Central Station Was Built

Grand Central was built in the early twentieth century, and it quickly became a crossroads of rail travel. In 1947, for instance, more than 65 million people passed through its halls and corridors, a number that represented the equivalent of 40 percent of the U.S. population at the time. This book glowingly touts Grand Central Station’s architectural significance and its place in American business and culture.

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