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New York City’s new Moynihan Train Hall transforms the historic James A. Farley U.S. Post Office into a gorgeous, glass-ceilinged architectural marvel. As a transit hub for commuters and travelers, the hall expands and updates the ticketing and waiting areas for both Amtrak and Long Island Rail Road. Soon, the airy space will fill with dining and shopping options, serving as a destination for residents and tourists alike. For now, it’s an inspiring place to visit for its architecture and art, which includes art installations by Kehinde Wiley ("Go," Photos 6-7, Photographer: Nicholas Knight. Image courtesy of the Artist, Sean Kelly, New York, Empire State Development and Public Art Fund, NY), Elmgreen & Dragset ("The Hive," Photos 8-9, Photo: Nicholas Knight, courtesy Empire State Development and Public Art Fund, NY), and Stan Douglas ("22 April 1924 and 7 August 1934, from Penn Station’s Half Century," Photos 10-11, ©Stan Douglas. Courtesy of the artist, Victoria Miro and David Zwirner. Photo: Nicholas Knight, courtesy Empire State Development and Public Art Fund, NY).