NEW YORK - 1974
New York City has an impressive history spanning almost 400 years. We're going to be taking a trip back in time to 1974 and see what the most popular sections of New York City were like. I hope you like the update!
World Trade Center towering over the Hudson River, the Twin Towers were the tallest buildings in the island.
Madison Square Garden, located near the Empire State Building, held many memorable concerts in the 1970's.
Rockefeller Center with newly completed additional towers on the Avenue of the Americas.
Downtown Manhattan is a cluster of skyscrapers, so dense in some parts you can barely see the street from above!
The Woolworth Building with late-night checker cabs heading Downtown via Broadway.
The Metlife Building by Grand Central Station used to be the Pan Am for many years before the company failed.
The Statue of Liberty standing proud on Liberty Island.