The New York Times calls the Grand Central Terminal "One of the great buildings of the world", and with good reason. The Beaux-Arts masterpiece is one of the largest train stations in the world, and over 100 million people pass through its doors every year. The station is also a treasure trove of art and architectural details, making it a must-visit for any architecture buff or rail enthusiast. The Grand Central Terminal is the main stop for commuter train lines in New York City and is a terminal for both the Hudson and Harlem Lines of the Metro-North Railroad.
Grand Central Terminal is a train station in midtown Manhattan in New York City. It is located at 42nd Street and Park Avenue and is a major commuter rail hub and a national historic landmark. It is one of the world's ten most visited tourist attractions, with 21.9 million visitors in 2013.