On Saturday, New York’s Grand Central Station celebrated it’s 100th Anniversary. Grand Central has been a big part of life for many New Yorkers for years, and the Atlantic has a wonderful photo spread of some of the more memorable moments.
My favorite photo is probably the one above, bottom, of the crowd watching coverage of John Glenn’s historic Friendship 7 orbital flight in February of 1962 (51 years ago).
Check out the whole gallery at the Atlantic.
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