Blizzard 2015: See Eerie Images of Abandoned New York City

PHOTO: A look at an empty Grand Central Terminal as service has been shut down since Monday night due to snowstorm.LIRR
A look at an empty Grand Central Terminal as service has been shut down since Monday night due to snowstorm.

On any day, Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station in New York City are bustling with people boarding commuter trains. But the city that never sleeps was a ghost town overnight as a massive snowstorm pummeled the Northeast.

The MTA closed both stations and all other city-wide transportation on Monday night as part of an unprecedented travel ban.

PHOTO: A look at an empty Penn Station as service has been shut down since Monday night due to snowstorm.MTA
A look at an empty Penn Station as service has been shut down since Monday night due to snowstorm.

New York City had a modest seven inches of snow overnight, while Plymouth, Mass., got slammed with 17 inches while parts of Long Island are buried under 15 inches.

PHOTO: A look at an empty Penn Station as service has been shut down since Monday night due to snowstorm.MTA
A look at an empty Penn Station as service has been shut down since Monday night due to snowstorm.