Grand Central, the World's Greatest Railway Terminal

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Golden West Books, 1977 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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An account of the origin, construction, uses, and fame of the great New York City terminal, from the horse-drawn trains of the 1830s to the current architectural landmark controversy

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The Railroad Comes to Manhattan
Chapter 2 The Commodores Palace on 42nd Street
An Engineer and His Grand Design

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