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Old Oct 9, 2013, 3:46 PM   #11
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Is that gorgeous or what? Wow.
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Some pretty fine pics.. I was expecting to have seen colour versions of the pics that Jim posted of the old station.

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Hey Marcelo


Some pretty fine pics.. I was expecting to have seen colour versions of the pics that Jim posted of the old station.

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Harj, I could make these in sepia if you want color.
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I've never seen the station nor the garden so I like all these images.



The Lexus is really nice, I like it a lot and the quote, well I am surely & sincerely flattered.
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More super shots there Marcelo. Well done.
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When my daughter took me to New York City in February we took the train from her home in New Jersey. The train arrived at Penn Station and when we came up to the street and out the door I was shocked to see we were in Madison Square Garden!

I've seen old pics of Penn Station before it was torn down to build MSG and it's really too bad they had to do that. It was majestic. From what I've read, the Garden's time is now limited in it's current location. It's neat you can still get around in there with a camera and snap images like these. That had to be a fun walk around.
The pictures James posted belong to the old Penn Station or Pennsylvania Station with exception of #4 that is Grand Central Station. The building still there but inside of it is now the USPS Operations and Distribution Center, it is right behind the actual Madison Square Garden.

Inside Penn Station are so many subway stations, Amtrack and New Jersey Transit stations and the plans are to bring back to the old building some of this transportation companies, this will clear some of the convulsion we have in pick hours.
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Is that gorgeous or what? Wow.
It was a beautiful building, the 4th picture is Grand Central Station.

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Some pretty fine pics.. I was expecting to have seen colour versions of the pics that Jim posted of the old station.

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Thank you Harj.

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