Explore the newly opened Moynihan Station with Penn Station expert, Justin Rivers.
When first built, New York’s Pennsylvania Station was the largest train station in the world. In 1963 the ax of progress fell transforming it into the much-maligned subterranean labyrinth of today incapable of processing the 650,000 commuters it usually deals with on a daily basis. And now the next chapter begins! The 255,000 square foot Moynihan Train Station has officially opened to the public utilizing the Farley Post Office and so far it has been well received by critics and the public alike. Join Untapped New York for a unique live virtual tour of the station and discover its stunning new public art and architecture.
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