The New York City Hall station is the city's modern-day Sistine Chapel, and was only recently discovered. Who knew there was so much beauty hidden beneath the surface?
The station was originally designed for the Interborough Rapid Transit Company's Manhattan Main Line in 1904, but it was boarded up in 1945. While the station is still closed to the public to this day, the beautiful legacy the New York City Hall Station has left behind will live on forever.
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Otherworldly Places of Worship
Shattered Glass Cathedrals
Scrumptious City Foodscapes