New York City Hall is something of a grand construction. In fact, the building has actually been accorded the status of an official landmark of the city of New York. But in addition to this, there’s also a space beneath the structure which itself is rather impressive. This is City Hall’s subway station.
New York City’s first ever subway line started operating way back in the year 1904. At the heart of this network lay City Hall station, which was constructed in a particularly lavish fashion. The stop, in fact, was defined by fine tile work and striking chandeliers hanging from the ceiling.