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 Singapore Condominium Project by Moshe Safdie Architects Aqua Building in Chicago Skewed – Odd Architecture by Friedensreich Hundertwasser Top to Bottom – A Vertigo-Inducing House by Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastian Mikiciuk Mosque Ceilings - Mesmerizing Colors in the Middle East A Fine Place to Read - Helsinki University's Main Library First Ever Underwater City Gets a Design from Japan 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.