Basic Info

Opened: 1913

Line(s): Harlem, Hudson, New Haven.

Connection(s): NYC Subway (4), (5), (6), (7), (S) to Times Square.
For the bus, check Wikipedia. There are too many fucking buses that go to Grand Central for some absurd reason. God fucking damn.

State: New York


 Notes

You know what Grand Central is. It's one of the Architectural wonders of NYC. It has been served by Metro-North Railroad since Metro-North's inception in 1983. Before that it was a cavalcade of other railroads, notably New York Central Railroad, Penn Central, Amtrak among others. There is also a connection to the (4), (5), (6), (7), and the 42nd Street Shuttle (S) to Times Square.


 Photos

Photos taken on 06/29/2020

This is the famous Main Concourse of Grand Central, again, but this photo was taken on a staircase.
This is a Bombardier Shoreliner II. To be honest, I had no idea what this train car was, but thanks to The Station discord, I was able to find out.
This is a GE P32AC I believe. I was too scared to go in front because of the vibration and all the noise the train was generating. I'm a bit of a bitch, yes I know.

Photos taken on 06/19/2020 (R.I.P Etika)

This is the famous Main Concourse of Grand Central.
This is also an M7A. The unintentional light effect makes it look like a deep fried meme.

Photos taken on 01/11/2020

The train in the foreground is the Bombardier M7A. It is a fraternal twin to the M7. The differences between those two are the air vents on the top, as well as a few cosmetic tweaks. Also, in the background is a glimpse of a General Electric P32AC-DM Locomotive.
This is also an M7A. The unintentional light effect makes it look like a deep fried meme.

Photo(s) taken on 12/23/2019

This particular train is a Kawasaki M8. It is a fraternal twin to the Long Island Rail Road's Kawasaki M9. The differences between those two is that, for starters, the 2 headlights on the top are placed Vertically on the M8, rather than Horizontally on the M9. Also, the M8 can switch from Third Rail power to Overhead Line power via a Pantograph.
This is also an M8. I used this as my profile picture for a short while.

Source(s):

Wikipedia.


This page was last updated on 07/12/2020.


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