The Penn Station Eagles – Tracking Down The Eagles That Escaped From The Penn

Posted: February 18, 2014 in Uncategorized

LI & NY Places that are no more

We can’t go back and walk through the old Penn Station, it has been replaced by the imposter that now stands in its place at 7th Avenue and 32nd Street in Manhattan. We can’t disembark from a train, slowly climb a staircase, gaze up at the stations shimmering arched glass ceilings, and take a peek out and up into the sky. We can’t look at the beautiful clocks, the walls, ceilings and towers, as we proudly head out onto the surrounding streets. The station and all its grandeur is gone, destroyed by a struggling railroad company in a desperate attempt to save itself from its own demise which inevitably came only a few short years later.

For those of us who want to recapture the look and feel of the great station, there are many pictures (most of which are in black and white), to look at and learn from. We can see the…

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