The mythological figures Hercules, Mercury, and Minerva adorn the main facade of Grand Central Terminal, part of a sculptural group created by Jules Alexis, atop the terminal in New Yor

 

              The mythological figures Hercules, Mercury, and Minerva adorn the main facade of Grand Central Terminal, part of a sculptural group created by Jules Alexis, atop the terminal in New Yor
The mythological figures Hercules, Mercury, and Minerva adorn the main facade of Grand Central Terminal, part of a sculptural group created by Jules Alexis, atop the terminal in New York, Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013. Constructed in 1913 by the Vanderbilt family, railroad barons and wealthy industrialists, the terminal is the country's most famous train station and one of the finest examples of Beaux Arts architecture in America. The building turns 100 on Feb. 1st. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)