Grand Central Terminal (1913) by Reed & Stem Photos

The Grand Central Terminal (1913) (71-105 E. 42nd St.) by Reed & Stem is a monumental hall in the Beaux Arts style. The inside with its great public space capped with a ceiling of star constellations is the significant feature.

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Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Beaux Arts facade detail of Grand Central Station. New York, NY.Glory of Commerce [aka Hermes or Mercury] sculpture group atop Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Glory of Commerce [aka Hermes or Mercury] sculpture group atop Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.
Grand Central Terminal (1913) (71-105 E. 42nd St.). New York, NY. Style: Beaux Arts. Architect: Reed & Stem. On National Register.Beaux Arts facade detail of Grand Central Station. New York, NY.Glory of Commerce [aka Hermes or Mercury] sculpture group atop Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Glory of Commerce [aka Hermes or Mercury] sculpture group atop Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.
Glory of Commerce [aka Hermes or Mercury] sculpture group by Jules-Felix Coutan atop Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Grand concourse in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Information booth clock in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Wall of ticket booths in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.
Glory of Commerce [aka Hermes or Mercury] sculpture group (1914) by Jules-Felix Coutan atop Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Grand concourse in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Information booth clock in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Wall of ticket booths in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.
Interior details of Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Star studded ceiling in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Commuter train in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.
Interior details of Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Star studded ceiling in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.Commuter train in Grand Central Terminal. New York, NY.

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