Monday, July 27, 2015

Grand Central Station in
New York City is still one of the most historic and glamorous places in the
city. The sights in the travel hub during the 1940s may feature the same
design details you can visit today (minus a few wartime-specific calls to
action), the people are arguably the subjects in these throwback photos.
Vintage fashions are topped with delicately coiffed hairdos, gentlemen
recuperate from a post-New Year's Eve hangover melted over the station's
steps, but the food lines look much as they do today (with significantly nicer
servingware). Take it all in:
Getty Images 1949/Daily News, L. P.
(New York) 1949/Daily News, L. P. (New York)
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Most Flights Grand Central Station may do a good job of holding on to
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downright glamorous.

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