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Majestic photos of old Pennsylvania Station show its architectural splendour before it was demolished in 1963 to make way for modern Madison Square Garden

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I'm sure it actually looking nothing like this (if it exists)- but my imaginary train station in Mara's home town

Death march prisoners from Dachau sub-camp Wolfratshausen-Getling pass through a German town. The photo was shot by some heroic soul standing in the second floor window of a private house, 1945.

death march prisoners from dachau sub-camp wolfratshausen-getling pass through a German town . the photo was shot by some heroic soul standing in the second floor window of a private house, 1945 .

In 1910, the Guastavino Company was actively working on both Grand Central Terminal and Pennsylvania Station (pictured here). Guastavino vaulting provided stations architects with an efficient structural solution that gave the impression of solidity and permanence... The architectural firm that was involved with the Pennsylvania Station project was McKim, Mead, and White. Courtesy of Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

In the Guastavino Company was actively working on both Grand Central…

AD Classics: Pennsylvania Station / McKim, Mead & White

Gallery of AD Classics: Pennsylvania Station / McKim, Mead & White - 3

Image 3 of 40 from gallery of AD Classics: Pennsylvania Station / McKim, Mead & White. Photograph by Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Detroit Publishing Company Collection

New York's Pennsylvania Station was not only a architectural masterpiece, but an engineering marvel, connecting New York City to the mainland under the mighty Hudson River.

The Dutch West India Company grants the village of Brooklyn a municipal form of government. It is named for Breuklen, "Broken Land," a Dutch village with similarly hilly terrain. Robert Livingston "The Chancellor" who helped

Pennsylvania Station was an historic railroad station, named for the Pennsylvania Railroad. 1910-1963 It was considered a masterpiece of the Beaux-Arts style and one of the architectural jewels of New York City.

New York City Pennsylvania Station - 1910 Pennsylvania Station was brand new when this photo was taken - the station opened for Pennsylvania Railroad service on November 1910 after nine years of construction. The Long Island Railroad began using this

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