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Saddens me that I never got to see Penn Station this way. Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt
Penn Station (Pennsylvania Station, New York City), 1943. Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt.
Photography : Alfred Eisenstaedt 1943 New York City Clock at Pennsylvania Station
It's so hard to imagine Penn Station as a beautiful place. Makes the time scurrying through there like a rat on a commute even more depressing!
i agree! how gorgeous . can you ever imagine? what a loss.
well they tried to do the same with Grand Central. It was Jacqueline Kennedy who lead a force against developers and thanks to her it is still standing today. I can't believe NYrs let this happened to Penn
Penn Station before it was demolished to make room for Madison Square Garden in 1963 • A view of the Great Gate room and a giant suspended clock
very cool vintage photos of NYC here: www.flickriver.co...
1958 Penn Station New York
the old Beaux-Arts Penn Station in NYC, destroyed in the early 1960s via Atlantic Cities
Penn Station Cabs, New York, by Walter Chandoha
NYC / photo by Brian Woodward
New York / photo by Thomas Hawk Comment ne pas avoir envie de sauter ?
U.S. Original Pennsylvania Station, New York 1929
NYC. A great bird's eye view over New York City - My Staten Island in the haze of the distance.
NYC. Noho street signs
Nova Iorque é sempre uma boa ideia. Em 2015 temos que ir. Lugar que não pode ficar de fora: DUMBO, em Brooklyn. Tem a vista mais incrível de Manhattan e da Brooklyn Bridge. Recomendo!
Louis Faurer, Penn Station, New York City, 1948.