Grand Central Terminal — Railroads, Engineering and Architecture in New York City. By Kurt C. Schlichting. Published 2001 by the Johns Hopkins University Press.
Grand Central Terminal, one of New York City’s preeminent buildings, stands as a magnificent Beaux-Arts monument to America’s Railway Age. Completed in 1913 after ten years of construction, the terminal became the city’s most important transportation hub, linking long-distance commuter trains to New York’s network of subways, elevated trains and streetcars.
Hardcover book with dust jacket. Very good condition. 243 pages. Mostly text. One only.