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How a New York City Train Station Changed Midtown East: 1919 - Hotel Commodore

How a New York City Train Station Changed Midtown East

The Commodore Hotel (named for Cornelius Vanderbilt), directly east of Grand Central Terminal, opened on January

Wow! They had cajones in the 1930s

NYC skyscraper building worker, by Charles Clyde Ebbets. This image gives me the heebie jeebies.

A view of the Woolworth Building, then the world's tallest building, being completed in 1913 New York City

Building the Big Apple: Historic images show construction of New York's most famous skyscrapers

specialcar: “Times Square 1940s Men by Coca Cola and Planters Peanuts Sign Vintage New York City ”

Times Square Men by Coca Cola and Planters Peanuts Sign Vintage New York City by Christian Montone

The Flatiron Building. The New York City skyscraper, The Flatiron, August 1909. The iconic building is bordered by Broadway on the left and Fifth Ave on the right. Detroit Publishing Company photo cou

The Flatiron Building: 1909

The Flatiron Building. The New York City skyscraper, The Flatiron, August The iconic building is bordered by Broadway on the left and Fifth Ave on the right. Detroit Publishing Company photo courtesy of Shorpy.

Times Square 1, NYC in 1919: the building that lies underneath all of those electronic flashing billboard ads in Times Square.

Times Square 1 NYC in the building that lies underneath all of those electronic flashing billboard ads in Times Square

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