The New York City Subway is the fifth busiest rapid transit system in the world and the busiest in the western hemisphere, offering 24 hour service, 365 days a year. So once again it’s not surprising that a few old stations have fallen off the grid. Like London and Paris, New York City has several ghost stations, but none more beautiful than City Hall.
Main Lobby, Michigan Central Station, Detroit. Designed by firms Warren & Wetmore and Reed & Stern, who also designed New York's Grand Central Station, and completed in 1913, the building was abandoned in 1988