The clock that greets the city of New York on the exterior facade of Grand Central Terminal is constantly glowing in the daylight.
Light floods in through the grimy and opaque windows over the train tracks at the Queensboro Plaza elevated train station for the N, Q, and 7 lines in New York City.
The long, seemingly endless, tunnel connecting the different subway lines at the Fulton Street Station near the World Trade Center site in lower Manhattan of New York City.
The iconic clock in the center of the great hall within Grand Central Station in New York City.
The famed Oyster Bar Restaurant within New York City's iconic Grand Central Station.
Grand Central Terminal stands as one of America's greatest transportation hubs, and one of New York City's most iconic buildings. It is both a national institution and an international example of giving new life to a historic building rather than demolition and reconstruction. Over the course of a colorful and tumultuous 100-year history, Grand Central has gone from being simply the beginning and terminating point of long-distance rail travel, to being the iconic home of Metro-North Railroad and a destination for commuters, tourists and residents. Grand Central boasts restaurants, cocktail lounges, a gourmet market, and numerous specialty shops. (information provided from; http://www.mta.info/)