Pennsylvania Station, New York, 1910s

Pennsylvania Station, New York, 1910s

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Credit: HAGLEY MUSEUM AND ARCHIVE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Pennsylvania Station, New York City, USA. This train station, completed in 1910, was designed as the new New York City terminus of the Pennsylvania Railroad company (PRR). A mixture of granite, glass and steel, it was demolished from 1963 and replaced by the Madison Square Garden arena (opened 1968). Photographed by US photographer DeWitt Clinton Ward, this is the main concourse and stairways to the platforms in circa 1910.

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