The iconic NYC Christmas tree is topped with the Swarovski star topper composed of multiple precision-cut crystals. A replica of the Swarovski star is also on display in the Rockefeller Center, New York City. Read about 10 more things to do and see in New York City during the winter holiday season!
Chambers Street - The east side platform is intact. The wall decoration includes a ceramic of the Brooklyn Bridge, incorrectly shown with only vertical suspension ropes. However, the ceramic artist can't be faulted for the Brooklyn Bridge cables. They were wrong in the contract drawings, as seen below the earliest drawings of the station from 1907, when it was still to be named Brooklyn Bridge.
Street - You can see the station while riding the 1 train (and the if no other trains are in the way) between and Streets. But even as far back as the New York Times reported that “the walls are begrimed with thick graffiti.
The abandoned Street subway station in NYC was originally on the IRT Line, sandwiched between St-Union Square and Street, closed in
Pomander Walk Twenty-seven buildings resembling Tudor homes with colorful doors, shutters and timber frames grace this gated street that's tucked away on the Upper West Side, nearly completely out of view to passersby. Originally conceived as a temporary property that was to be knocked down and replaced with a hotel, Pomander Walk—which is modeled after an old London street and the set of a stage play, both of the same name—earned landmark status in 1982
Track 61: Mysterious Abandoned Underground Railway Beneath New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel