2013 marks the centennial of Grand Central Terminal, New York City’s iconic train station built during the heyday of rail travel and considered a marvel of both engineering and architecture. The story of Grand Central -- its celebrated beginning, long decline, near loss and subsequent restoration -- is also the story of many other American rail stations that were once all but forgotten, but have found new lives as urban transit hubs. Here are ten very grand, busy and vital train stations around the country. (Photo by David Kidd)
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10 of the Grandest, Busiest Train Stations

2013 marks the centennial for New York City’s iconic Grand Central Terminal.