New York City's underground harbors secrets and surprises befitting the most important city on earth. Eric shares these secrets in tours under Grand Central Terminal, the Empire State Building, the World Trade Center and New York's original aqueduct. Written by
Did You Know?
Grand Central Terminal, not said, why it was located on 42nd St. Because at one time, that is as far south as the city would allow steam locomotives. At the time, this was the transition area from rural to urban, and the city allowed only horse-drawn trains in the urban areas, i.e., from this point south See more