Head-end View wrote:I'm surprised nobody mentioned the old LIRR information booth that stood out in the middle of the concourse.
With my team-mate, right hand and treasured colleague, Lou Duro, in Penn Station, NYC. We were testing the idea of having attractive women capture the attention of the commuters to provide timely information.
U̶n̶d̶a̶t̶e̶d̶,̶ ̶p̶o̶s̶s̶i̶b̶l̶e̶ ̶L̶a̶t̶e̶ ̶1̶9̶6̶0̶'̶s circa 1945
[Long Island Railroad Concourse in Pennsylvania Station.]
A. F. Sozio
Museum of the City of New York
1̶9̶8̶2̶ ̶M̶u̶g̶g̶i̶n̶g 1982
Penn Station and a Gun
Keating was 26 years old and teaching himself to use a camera when he stumbled on a drug bust.
Photo: Edward Keating/Contact Press Images
January 18, 1987
Do not enter
It's an unfamiliar sight: Penn Station is nearly empty on Jan. 18, 1987. One man is seen sweeping up at the Manhattan transit hub.
(Credit: Tom Kitts )
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