Gateway to a Million Lives
This, the story of Grand Central Terminal in New York City, begins with the historic struggle to save the station, followed by a chronological history of the site. The text and photographs provide a fascinating first-hand account of the $400 million restoration, enlivened by the stories that involve the great building.
"This is a work for aficionados of railway stations, architects or the intrigues of New York politics...precise, and often fascinating..."
November 2012 • £35.00 • ISBN 978 0 393 08456 6 • 240pp • 210 x 276mm • Over 150 black-and-white and colour photographs