by Lauren Lewis
Grand Central Terminal has been a staple of New York’s transportation system since 1913. It started as the main mode of transportation in the country, and allowed New Yorkers to travel much easier. Some cars were luxurious with red carpets and expansive meals. The terminal was magical to those who visited, and though it experienced difficulties during the 1970s and ‘80s, it has since been restored. The terminal now not only houses train rails, but also restaurants, shops, and a plethora of tourists.