Home » Architecture » New York City Hall Secret Subway Station New York City Hall Secret Subway Station James Pond Architecture 3 Comments Tweet Pin It Pin It The beautifully preserved City Hall station from 1904 is a piece of art by itself. It was closed in 1945 and has not been open to the public ever since. What a shame! Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Pin It Website Tags:art About The Author Pondly I am the owner of Pondly.com / art lover / electrical engineer / software developer / MBA in e-business student. I blog for pleasure and love to share my Internet findings. Discover More on Pondly The River Road House Dixon House Terrace Mountain House Singapore Condominium Project by Moshe Safdie Architects ZAHA HADID, MAXXI - Stirling Prize For Architecture 2010 Aqua Building in Chicago Mosque Ceilings - Mesmerizing Colors in the Middle East 2.7 Meter Wide, 27 Meter Long House in Japan Ben Herrenschmidt Do we know why it’s kept closed? Josh Boulton From the Wiki article – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_Hall_(IRT_Lexington_Avenue_Line)#Closure – it seems it wasn’t able to be modernised well enough nor was it economically viable to attempt to do so. Holland and Green Recently I have stumbled upon a post about the most beautiful underground stations and I was wondering why this one was missing. I guess not so many people find it beautiful but it has such a charm.