Grand Central Terminal will display historic train cars this weekend as part of the terminal's centennial celebration.
5/10/2013 - By: Jose Martinez
Beneath Grand Central Terminal's well-known architecture and design is a working railroad that is not only the largest commuter railroad in the nation but which can also boast a 97 percent on-time rate.
2/3/2013 - By: Bobby Cuza
If you ever lose something on the Metro-North Railroad, your odds of getting it back are pretty good, because the Lost and Found at Grand Central Terminal is one of the world's most efficient.
2/2/2013 - By: Roger Clark
One of the city's "grandest" landmarks survives to this day in part because Ed Koch fought to help it survive, and the former mayor was remembered there Friday as Grand Central Terminal celebrated its centennial.
2/1/2013 - By: Roger Clark
Grand Central Terminal may be one of the world's most recognizable structures, but the building most New Yorkers know today was not what the original architects had in mind.
1/31/2013 - By: Jill Urban
In the 100 years since it opened, Grand Central Terminal has inspired dozens of filmmakers to showcase its photogenic, massively scaled beauty.
1/30/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
Fifty years after first opening, Grand Central Terminal earned landmark status. The designation should have ensured its prosperity and longevity, but in 1970s it came dangerously close to being leveled. NY1's Jon Weinstein describes the protracted battle over the terminal's fate that lead all the way to the Supreme Court.
1/29/2013 - By: Jon Weinstein
Grand Central Terminal is familiar to millions of New Yorkers and travelers, but a unique tour helps people behold its many hidden gems and mysteries.
1/28/2013 - By: Stephanie Simon
NY1 begins its week-long celebration of Grand Central Terminal's centennial with a look at its iconic architecture and style, and how it plays a role in the way New Yorkers and out-of-town visitors use the building.
1/27/2013 - By: Jill Urban