Tuesday, March 13, 2007


The last time I was at GRAND CENTRAL STATION, I made this photo of one of the five original gold chandeliers hanging from the 48-foot ceiling of VANDERBILT HALL, adjacent to the main concourse. The lights of the chandeliers can be modified to glimmer or shine to create the ambiance desired. The magnificent chandelier complements the Tennessee pink marble floors. Vanderbilt Hall used to be the waiting room of Grand Central Station. It now serves as a setting for grand events such as product launch, shopping place for holiday gifts, fashion show, exhibit, corporate function, fundraiser or wedding. Built in 1913, Vanderbilt Hall was restored in 1998.

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