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Frommer's New York City Day by Day (3rd Edition) by Alexis Lipsitz Flippin

By Alexis Lipsitz Flippin

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405 Lexington Ave. ). Subway: 4/5/6 to Grand Central. The Chrysler Building. The Best Special-Interest Tours 40 A detail of Taurus and Orion, on the Sky Ceiling at Grand Central. HHH Grand Central Terminal. This magnificent public space is also an engineering wonder. The “elevated circumferential plaza,” as it was called in 1913, splits Park Avenue, which is diverted around the building. The network of trains—subway and commuter— that passes through here is vast, but even more impressive is the “bridge” over the tracks, designed to support a cluster of skyscrapers.

This magnificent public space is also an engineering wonder. The “elevated circumferential plaza,” as it was called in 1913, splits Park Avenue, which is diverted around the building. The network of trains—subway and commuter— that passes through here is vast, but even more impressive is the “bridge” over the tracks, designed to support a cluster of skyscrapers. The main concourse was restored to its original glory in 1998; the Sky Ceiling inside depicts the constellations of the winter sky above New York.

White, James Thurber, John Cheever, John Updike, and Calvin Trillin, and you’ll find their names and others on a plaque. ) 25 W. 43rd St. (btw. ). Subway: B/D/F/M to 42nd St. 5 H Library Way. Along 41st Street between Park and Fifth, you’ll see bronze plaques embedded in the sidewalk. There are 96 in total, and all feature quotations from literature or poetry. Walking west along this street leads you to the New York Public Library. 41st St. (btw. ). Subway: B/D/F/M to 42nd St. 6 HH The Morgan Library & Museum.

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