The curved staircases look more like Dr. Suess illustration than real life.
The unique red meeting lounge is a favorite spot in the terminal for both Touhey and Walters.
A wide shot of the main entrance hall.
A vintage clock hangs from an ornate concrete ceiling.
Twisting loops and stairways of white and red make a truly transformative space.
The terminal is as unique on the outside as it is inside.
The symmetry of architect Eero Saarinen's design is visible facing the building from the front. He was rumored to have been inspired a bird opening its wings.
The TWA Terminal at John F. Kennedy airport hasn't been operational since 2001. Plans for a boutique hotel are underway, but history buffs are working to preserve the memory and integrity of structure.