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OK, well not necessarily on the train, but in the train station.

New York’s Grand Central Station is known for its beautiful architecture and history. Each day, hundreds of thousands of commuters walk through the hall to get to their destination, most not noticing if anything would be amiss in their daily commute.

Unless they walked into a giant horse herd grazing in Vanderbilt Hall.

According to the New York Times website, this week 30 dancing horses are making their presence known at Grand Central Terminal thanks to Chicago artist Nick Cave and dancers from the Ailey School. The dancers are dressed, two to a horse, in large costumes made of raffia to look more like sculptures. The costumes “rustle like a corn field when the herd ‘grazes’ É or suddenly breaks into choreography” on the main concourse

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