As New York City shivered through its second worst ever snowstorm, many above ground train and subway lines were suspended on Saturday.
Metro-North trains, which run out of Grand Central Terminal, were among those shut down from 4 p.m. ET.
This meant that during peak hour on Saturday afternoon the world's largest train station looked like this...
[insert cricket chirping noise here]
In case you forgot, this is what the station would normally look like, bustling with commuters and tourists marveling at the Beaux-Arts masterpiece.
Instead, on Saturday afternoon you could practically hear a pin drop.
Normal weekend services were set to resume from early Sunday afternoon, but at least we'll always have these haunting pictures of a very rare New York moment.
David Mack is a reporter and weekend editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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