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Tim Briner Captures Grand Central Terminal in NYC Turning 100

by Chris Gampat on 02/20/2013

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Photo via the NYTimes. All photos in this story used with permission from Timothy Briner

Tim Briner is a documentary/fine art photographer that I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside with. Recently, he pointed his lens at NY’s legendary Grand Central Terminal. This year, the major transit station turned 100 years old. Tim took to the station to not only document some of the sights to behold, but also the people that go in and out each day.

As Whitewall magazine notes, many of the commuters carried bags from major clothing shops because this project was also worked on around New York Fashion Week.

Hit the jump for more photos from Tim. Also be sure to check out his website–particularly part 1 and 2 of his Gotham City project.

Via Huffington Post

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