The James A. Farley Post Office Building is now a mixed-use building. It includes Meta offices, the Moynihan Train Hall, and the USPS. In memory of the post office general James A. Farley's public service (who held this position in 1934), the main post office of New York City was renamed in 1982. Taking up two square blocks of Manhattan with one of its entrances on 31st Street, this massive building is absolutely grand. Famously inscribed on the outside of the structure, "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds, " but I find the interior to be equally intriguing. There is even a small gallery housing some original postal boxes from the U. S. and abroad. Presently, while renderings continue to be drawn up for the expansion of Amtrak, it is evident that some work has begun, and, ultimately, this location will be renamed the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Station.