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James A. Farley Post Office, New York City

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  • It’s a beautiful building that catches the eye with its elegant Beaux Arts design and imposing Corinthian columns. Thankfully, it did not suffer the fate of the original Pennsylvania Station across th...  more »
  • Went in to admire the architecture. Was not disappointed. Has a nice little display of postal artifacts. Best part it was free to tour!  more »
  • You have to visit this place , the building is Hugh and the architecture is amazing. The outside of the building is surround by Hugh pillars. Inside is a maze  more »
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  • The steps of the post office are one of my favorite places to hang out. There's lots of them, so you're guaranteed a seat, and you can easily enjoy your lunch here, or some people watching. Its a great place to just sit and watch life going on around you, people rushing to make their trains at Penn Station, people going to work, the traffic, MSG, everything! Don't forget to admire the huge columns. The post office itself is pretty impressive, when you walk inside, don't forget to look up and admire all the details. If you need to actually do some post office stuff, you're best bet is to come at odd hours, after work this place is a zoo.
  • errr the first time I had pretty good experience, But... today they made me purchased a box that I don't need and packed my stuff twice.... I asked the lady works there for a large size flat-rate Priority mail box(which is free). she tried to find one for me but I guess she could not find one or she was told there was no one left. so she suggested me to purchase a box from the store and I can still mail it as Priority mail. so I purchased the box, it cost me 20 minutes to make sure all my stuff fit perfectly into that box. and then, it turned out that if I still mail it as Priority mail, the price gonna be $40... but if I use the large size flat-rate Priority mail box, it will only be $15... and I was shocked when I saw the guy working at the counter did have the large flat-rate box....... so I re-packed everything, only 2 items can not fit and I have to mail them separately, but even mail them seperately won't cost me $40 !!