This eagle, like the one at the Philipse Manor train station, is from Grand Central Depot. It is above the entrance to Grand Central Terminal at the corner of Vanderbilt Avenue and 42nd Street. 51 more words
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There’s an eagle at the Philips Manor train station.
Not a real one, just a statue. I took some pictures of it. It reminded me of the eagle at Grand Central, which I thought was one of the eagles rescued from the destroyed Penn Station in 1969 and moved there. 207 more words
It’s just amazing to see so much culture and history in a hustling bustling place like New York’s Grand Central Terminal. This is what makes this city so unique, there is so much character associated to it, every other corner has a tale of its own, and people including myself, love to relate to it. 155 more words