Half a century after the demolition of the original McKim, Mead & White Penn Station, "still remembered as one of the greatest civic blunders ever committed," there is a plan to "bring McKim's Beaux-Arts masterpiece back from the ash heap of history--and solve two other major urban problems in the bargain." The April 2015 issue of Traditional Building magazine features an article that explains the visionary plan: "Building McKim's Penn Station."
NOTE: The acronym AGBANY, seen on one of the picketers' signs in the photograph, stands for "Action Group for Better Architecture in New York."
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Thanks to Ian Nitschke for bringing this to our attention