New York's Grand Central celebrates 100 years

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Built in palatial Beaux Arts style, celebrated in movies, and narrowly saved from the wrecking ball in the 1970s, New York's Grand Central rail station turned 100 Friday. In honor of the its birthday, station shops and food outlets were charging 1913 prices, such as 10 cents for a shoeshine, six cents for a loaf of rye bread and a coffee for five cents.Duration: 00:57

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