The New York Times has an article today about demolishing Penn Station, full of incredible old photos:
With its swarming crowds and dust motes dancing in shafts of smoky light, the station was catnip to midcentury photographers, filmmakers, artists and architects. It was the architectural embodiment of New York’s vaulted ambition and open arms.
In 2016, I wrote a blog post on applying the lessons from Penn Station to the open web and podcasting. It’s still one of my favorite recent posts.