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New York's Grand Central Terminal celebrates its centenary

Grand Central Terminal, under construction



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After ten years of construction involving 10,000 workers, the doors to Grand Central Terminal, also known as Grand Central Station, opened to the public at 21:01 am on February 2, 1913. 150,000 people visited on the first day.

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