Category:Pennsylvania Station (New York City)
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- English: Pennsylvania Station — The original Beaux-Arts style building in New York City by McKim, Mead & White was completed in 1910 and demolished in 1963. The above-ground station was replaced by Pennsylvania Plaza, a building complex which includes Madison Square Garden. The current railroad station consists of underground concourses and the track platform level, which were not demolished in 1963.
- Photos of the extant railroad station (i.e., 1969 - present) are placed in Category:Pennsylvania Station (New York City, 1969–present)
- Photos of the original structure (1910 - 1963), and extant artifacts (e.g., statues) are placed in Category:Pennsylvania Station (New York City, 1910–63)
This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.
- ► Moynihan Station (5 F)
- ► Pennsylvania Station (New York City, 1910–63) (3 C, 83 F)
- ► Pennsylvania Station (New York City, 1969–present) (3 C, 35 F)
Media in category "Pennsylvania Station (New York City)"
The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total.
- Kearney and Waterfront Connections.svg 623 × 343; 21 KB
- Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) Entrance (48128045278).jpg 3,749 × 2,109; 4.9 MB