245 00|a Grand Central.

260 __|a Arlington, VA : |b PBS, |c 2008.

500 __|a Copyright permission expires 02/04/09.

500 __|a Title from web site description.

520 __|a On the morning of January 8, 1902, a southbound commuter train traveling through a smoky, congested tunnel in New York City's Grand Central Depot slammed into the rear of another train, instantly killing 17 people and injuring 38. Screams filled the darkened tunnel as firemen arrived on the scene to search for survivors. The tragedy in New York that day, and a self-taught engineer's innovative response to the crisis that ensued, ultimately gave birth to one of America's greatest architectural and technological monuments: Grand Central Terminal. This program recounts the dramatic story of the famous landmark's construction. When Grand Central Terminal opened on February 12, 1913, the press heralded it as the greatest railway terminal in the world. By 1947, more than 65 million people - the equivalent of 40 percent of the population of the United States - had traveled through the station. Today, it remains one of New York's and America's most famous spaces and a living monument to the nation's great railway age. 60 minutes.

521 __|a Middle school to adult.

546 __|a Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

610 20|a Grand Central Terminal (New York, N.Y.) |x History

650 _0|a Railroad terminals |z New York (State) |z New York |x History.

710 2_|a PBS

710 2_|a WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)

730 _0|a American Experience (Television program)

856 42|a http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/grandcentral/