Mostly vintage (up through 1980s) New York.

22nd June 2014

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"World War II increased traffic in Penn Station 80 percent between 1941 and 1942, as soldiers arrived in the city from across the nation and then left for North Africa and Europe." (source)

"World War II increased traffic in Penn Station 80 percent between 1941 and 1942, as soldiers arrived in the city from across the nation and then left for North Africa and Europe." (source)

Tagged: 1940snew york citypenn stationworld war ii

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