Completed in 1913, the awe-inspiring Beaux-Arts landmark became the country's busiest train station serving commuter and long distance rail lines and bringing development to midtown Manhattan. Grand Central recently celebrated it's 100th Birthday!
Grand Central Terminal's southern facade was modeled on a Roman triumphal arch, symbolizing the triumph of the railroad. It was also envisioned as a gateway to the city, then located primarily to the station's south. Jule's Coutan's central sculptural group depicts Mercury (the god of commerce) supported by Minerva and Hercules (representing mental and moral strength).
Printed on 100% cotton archival paper
Image printed with 2 inch white border
Printed with archival inks
Shipped rolled in tube not framed
Made in the USA