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MICHAEL J. TRAMIS/THE RISE AND FALL OF PENNSYLVANIA STATION

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MICHAEL J. TRAMIS/THE RISE AND FALL OF PENNSYLVANIA STATION
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MICHAEL J. TRAMIS/THE RISE AND FALL OF PENNSYLVANIA STATION is a one-hour documentary for television about New York’s original Pennsylvania Railroad Station. pennstationdoc.com

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MICHAEL J. TRAMIS/THE RISE AND FALL OF PENNSYLVANIA STATION is an entertaining, one-hour documentary film for television about New York’s original Pennsylvania Railroad Station. The program tells the story of one of America’s greatest architectural wonders, which opened in 1910 and was demolished by 1966. The filmmakers draw on a striking mix of elements that merge the history of New York City – from the exciting Gilded Age through two world wars and into the sixties – using interviews with colorful characters from the world of architecture, business and politics, three-dimensional graphic and photo effects. The three-dimensional graphics consist of five animated scenes that take the viewer on a virtual walk-through of the original Penn Station.

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