9 Responses

  1. Bob says:

    Amazing reporting Emily!

  2. Karen says:

    Wow! Fantastic! You are a super sleuth getting us in behind secret doors. Who knew there was a library at GCT??? And I just love the whole red carpet story. The advertisement photos depict a glamorous world. Maybe those really WERE the days… You’re the best, Emily- thanks for your thorough reporting, always interesting even for those who aren’t true train aficionados.

  3. Jeff M. says:

    And you obviously have access to the library. I am so jealous! **genuflecting**

  4. Jonathan says:

    I worked for the New York City Transit Museum at Grand Central Station, and never knew about the library.

  5. Al Cyone says:

    All I can say is . . . Wow! Great stuff. Thanks for sharing the “secret”. New York really is a helluva town.

  6. Al Brecken says:

    A truely extraordinary inclusion to your extensive list of impressive accomplishments.

  7. Dan says:

    Wow, this seems like the kind of place where you can find the origins of every station used by NYC.

  8. Northern Pacific _Railway_

  9. Shaira Yacoob says:

    Oh my, I am amazed, this is so interesting – I want to go

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