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Moynihan Train Hall

at Penn Station
A grand interior view of Moynihan Train Hall, showing off the stations glass ceilings and airy interior.
Lucas Blair Simpson

The Moynihan Train Hall expands the nation’s busiest train station, Penn Station, New York, across 8th Avenue into the historic James A. Farley Post Office Building. The imposing century-old Post Office Building was designed by the same architecture firm, McKim, Mead, and White, as the original, iconic Pennsylvania Station. Moynihan Train Hall offers enhanced passenger facilities for Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor (NEC) and long distance travelers, including accessibility for passengers with disabilities, all within a grand train hall featuring a sky lit atrium approximately the size of the Grand Central Terminal’s Main Hall.

This world-class intercity and commuter passenger boarding concourse was built for Amtrak and MTA-Long Island Rail Road passengers. Accommodations include a sunlit atrium boarding concourse, a combined ticketing and baggage unit, a new Metropolitan Lounge, a new reserved customer waiting room, casual waiting space with high top tables and retail and food shops. Moynihan Train Hall opened January 1, 2021.

Getting there

Moynihan Train Hall at Penn Station takes up two city blocks between 8th and 9th Avenues and 31st & 33rd Streets.

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