Grand Central Station in New York proudly falls into the latter category. While it’s certainly used for transportation from A to B, the sheer history and prestige of the building has turned the station into an attraction of its own. Since it opened its doors in 1871, Grand Central Station, formally called Grand Central Terminal, has been a world wonder. It’s still one of the most visited spots in New York. As you walk through the building and admire the high ceilings and famous hanging American flag, it’s easy to feel the sense of hopeful Americana the station represents.
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