Grand Central Terminal is a beautiful and iconic train station. Built in 1871, Grand Central Terminal spans 48 acres and has 44 platforms. It currently serves commuters traveling on the Metro North, and under the East Side Access project, will also soon serve commuters traveling on the Long Island Rail Road. Grand Central Terminal is most famous for its Main Concourse. The Main Concourse a bustling hub with commuters coming and going. The main information booth, famous for its four-sided clock, is at the center of the concourse. Along the sides of the concourse, antique ticket booths still remain. While one can still purchase from a few of these booths, most ticket purchases are now done via ticket vending machines. This terminal not only has iconic architecture, but also has shops and restaurants for you to enjoy.
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