Hudson Valley Shares Photos Of Grand Central

Grand Central Terminal is celebrating its 100th anniversary today and Patch readers are reflecting on commuting to and from the iconic terminal.

Happy 100th Birthday Grand Central Terminal! The always bustling, New York City commuter hub is celebrating its 100th anniversary today. Patch readers are sharing their favorite photos of GCT to honor the historic building.

"The beauty of this Grand Centenarian are found in intricate details forged in another time, and open spaces that emphasize the timeless mood of New York's central station," Patch reader and photographer Miriam Danar said.

"Generations have walked these halls, complex emotions played out and untold thousands traveled these rails," she said. "Happy Birthday, Grand Central - we wish you another eventful century to come!"

Have a favorite snapshot to share? Add it to our gallery here.


James Adnaraf February 01, 2013 at 08:46 PM
I commuted through good old Grand Central Station so many times in the 80's and into the 90's. Here's to another 100 years!!!
Lisa Buchman February 02, 2013 at 01:33 PM
Before I moved to Westchester to start a family, I would regularly meet up with friends traveling from subway points north and south of Grand Central—we met at the clock countless times to head out for midtown Manhattan fun. Now my kids love eating in the food court and talking into the four corners outside of the Oyster Bar. It's not just a place to pass through—it's a destination.
James Adnaraf February 02, 2013 at 05:57 PM
Yes, it is a destination, with tremendous character. I only occasionally have cause to be in Grand Central, but each time, it evokes a smile, and nostalgic thoughts. I remember one time, I saw Al Roker, heading to his train, and he was right under a picture of Al Roker.... it gave me a big laugh. The picture was promoting what was then "Newscenter Four".


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