Oct 05
Penn Station in 1910, when the platforms were open to the circulation area and the original workers’ tools were still lying around.
High res shot here; another view here; and someone’s recent photo of an original staircase, still in use in the current (miserable) iteration of the station. (all via.)

Penn Station in 1910, when the platforms were open to the circulation area and the original workers’ tools were still lying around.

High res shot here; another view here; and someone’s recent photo of an original staircase, still in use in the current (miserable) iteration of the station. (all via.)

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    Penn Station, 1910
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