42nd Street at Park Ave., New York, NY, 10017
By stephenmelinger on 6/26/2012
The article was illuminating and interesting. The station has lasted all these years and served commuters well. I remember when Jacqueline Kennedy took an interest in its preservation. Will train travel continue and grow in the future or will it be replaced by another form of people mover.
By Pens52 on 1/28/2011
When my family and I visited New York City this winter, we were thrilled to visit Grand Central Station. From all the old pictures you see and the movies it is in, it was at the top of our list of things to visit. We thought about takeing a guided tour but at the last minute decided to take the audio tour. What a great experience! It was packed with all kinds of information and fun little secrets. It was pretty cheap too, my wife, two kids and myself were only $10. If you ever wanted to know more about Grand Central Station, take the audio tour!