A short walk to Central Station brings me to my favorite place in town. It is the first thing I spot when I arrive at my favorite spots downtown – the train station. The platform, where I board the train, was once home to the station house. It was a building that had rail ties that were used as supports for the rails and a building that housed the ticket office.
The station was built in 1879 and it was the first train station in the United States. It was the first station built in what is now known as Manhattan. It was designed in the Art Deco style and it was originally built to be able to handle more than one train. The station is now closed so it can be used for freight but in its heyday it was one of the best trains in the country.
A few years ago a friend of mine found a small piece of paper that had been stolen from the subway station. While it was there, he found a small piece of paper that he took to the next train station. It was there that he heard the sound of a train and he came to a halt, completely shocked.
The sound of a train coming into the station made him realize that he shouldn’t have been so surprised and he realized that he had been walking into a trap.