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A century ago the US government -- eighty million dollars into a tradestation.
Trains after all -- there a day and the way to travel but that didn't last long planes and cars chipped away at -- Decades later Grand Central was destined for demolition.
Entered Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis the former First Lady leading the charge in the seventies to salvage this should.
It was a successful effort and Grand Central Terminal was named the national historic land -- This is -- 1906.
Generator since that this crown jewel of travel has been restored to its full glory.
It remains New York's nucleus of train travel.
Commuters arrive on regional trains about once every minute during the morning rush every single day more than.
A lot more than 750000.
People come through Grand Central armor.
That's the entire population.
Of the entire state about -- a walk through here every day.
Thousands come to visit the more than 100 stores and restaurants.
One of the most recent additions an enormous Apple Store that's a tourist destination in and of itself no.
They also -- at the famous mural of stars on the ceiling in the main concourse.
As well as the four faced -- time keeper in the middle.
Estimated to be worth 20 1000000 dollars Grand Central will be celebrating its 100 birthday all year long.
Visitors can find out more by going to Grand Central Terminal dot com.
In New York -- fullback Tom Fox News.
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