Moynihan Station

Penn Station thumbI’ve been pleased, and surprised, at how much traffic followed my earlier post about the efforts develop New York’s Farley post office as Moynihan Station. I wanted to draw attention to a site mentioned by a commenter on that post.

In the site’s own words:

The Municipal Art Society’s involvement with the Farley Post Office Building dates back to the 1980s, when Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan was promoting the idea of building a new rail station within McKim, Mead & White’s Post Office. The Municipal Art Society has supported the expansion of Penn Station since it was originally proposed and continues to support it today.

I’ve been using a Google alert to follow the press on this issue, but this site offers an RSS feed and, I suspect, might be a good source for you if, like me, this is an issue you wish to follow. I subscribed.

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