People Watching at Grand Central Station, New York, NY

I thought there would be more videos of Grand Central Station on YouTube. I was surprised to see only a few: the freeze, a person talking about marketing, and some poorer quality ones - most of which were at ground level.

So, I thought I would upload a simple b-roll I used for "An Act of Truth: Ashoka The Great & Bindumati The Whore".

This is for all the people that may be homesick for New York, the tourists that simply miss it, the failed actors who thought they would "make it" there, and those who simply want to people watch a ethnically diverse group in a major American city.

If you like people watching or like the ambient noise of a train station, this is for you too.

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  1. I LOVE Grand Central Station. J and I go to the Village for winter solstice every year to see the holiday lights and shop for presents. Interesting point that there aren't many videos of it. I enjoyed watching. It has a special quality to it.
    You know what's so cool, is the cathedral-style ceiling. I could stare at it for hours.

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  2. Thanks! Yes, the ceilings are amazing! They have constellations on them too.

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  3. People watching is the best! Hours of entertainment. As with most things, it is even better with a friend.

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  4. Grand Central Station is full of history and is just another destination in NYC that's a MUST. It's just so architecturally beautiful, and ends up in so many movies for a reason. I love to stand there and watch all the people seeing it for the first time, amazed at its beauty.

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  5. Grand Central Station is full of history and is just another destination in NYC that's a MUST. It's just so architecturally beautiful, and ends up in so many movies for a reason. I love to stand there and watch all the people seeing it for the first time, amazed at its beauty.

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  6. Thanks for stopping by. It is a really great place. I agree, it is simply one of those places that are even more wondrous in person.

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