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A recap of our Grand Central 100 for 100 Project Photos

Today’s the big celebration for Grand Central’s 100th. Here’s a quick recap of the 100 photos we featured for the past 100 days to celebrate the centennial. Look for something super cool tomorrow at 12:01 AM – the time that Grand Central Terminal first opened to the public!

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  • Kev:

    My NYC born wife moved to Michigan; we’ll be celebrating Grand Central’s birthday with Nathan’s Famous hot dogs tonight. Although meat stuffed in a tube doesn’t relate to Grand Central per se, I understand it parallels Metro North’s commuter train practices… ;)

  • Al Cyone:

    Thanks for a great job! I’m sure you know about these but, for those who don’t, the NY Times posted a PDF of a special edition it published when the Terminal opened and NPR featured the anniversary on “Morning Edition”.

    By the way, I just discovered this piece about the 101st anniversary of another NYC railroad landmark . . . in the Bronx.

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