Yesterday, the new West End Concourse opened at Penn Station, connecting it to the James A. Farley Post Office (the future Moynihan Station) for LIRR passengers.
Photographer and Cooper Union Professor of Art Margaret Morton is bringing us inside the abandoned James A. Farley Post Office through a new photo exhibit.
On Tuesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled his ambitious plans to transform Penn Station from an outdated train terminal into a modern transportation hub.
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An often overlooked venue for art in NYC are its post offices, with impressive murals commissioned during the Great Depression that can still be seen today.
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The James A Farley Post Office supported 16,000 workers at its peak, but less than 200 today. You can imagine just how many abandoned spaces there are inside.
In one of the many things that have been forgotten in the James A. Farley Post Office is the Museum of Postal History, which contains a fun vintage collection.
An installation at the James A, Farley Post Office (Moynihan Station) brings to light the off-limits Lookout Gallery which was used by postal policeman.