Photographs from Grand Central Terminal, including the basement power room and FDR’s private railroad car.
The James A. Farley Post Office, located on 8th Avenue in New York City, dates to 1912. Much of the building is currently vacant, but the public, open area contains fantastic intricate details.
The Delancy Trolley Station is located in New York City alongside the tracks at the Delancey/Essex subway station. This abandoned trolley station operated from 1904/1908 to 1948. The tracks below are still embedded in the floor and there are wooden channels in the ceiling protecting the trolley wires from any contact with the steel structure. This area is proposed to become “the Lowline.”
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