Seen on 16th June 2018, the concourse at the US National Historic Landmark of Grand Central Terminal New York is 275 foot long by 120 foot wide and 125 foot high, the station being on 2nd levels and having 44 platforms. The famous 4 faced brass clock with opal glass above the information booth has an estimated value of over 10 million dollars. The destination boards allow an extra minute to catch the trains, which has reduced rush and slippage on the marble floors.
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