Grand Central—New York City
More than 150,000 people visited Grand Central Railroad Terminal on opening day, Sunday, February 2, 1913.
By 1947, over 65 million people had traveled by rail via Grand Central Terminal. But, by 1967 the building was crumbling from neglect as jet noise replaced the click clack of rails.
Grand Central was completely restored in 1998.
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