Architecture
March 11, 2021

Stan Douglas’s Art in the Moynihan Train Hall

The greatest loss in the heritage history of America was the demolition of Pennsylvania Station in 1964.  From the grandeur of the McKim Mead and White original in 1910:

To the bland and squalid replacement in 1963:

But now, with opening in January 2021 of the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Train Hall, Pennsylvania Station is expanding into the adjacent neoclassical James A. Farley Building, the former main post office.  And that looks like this:

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