The Grand Central Station is iconic of New York. A movie or book only has to show or mention it to establish its setting.
It is as classical as The Oculus is modernistic.
The terminal clock speaks of its character and reminds one of pre-digital times.
Though it was built more than a hundred years ago and has undergone renovations, it still serves thousands of commuters daily and is visited by over 20 million people every year.
The eagle on the corner roof is one of the remaining iron eagles, which have a story of their own.
The Grand Central Station is quintessential New York and reminds us of things that last.