Normally host to 750,000 visitors each day and a symbol of the city’s bustling pace, the marble Grand Central Terminal has become a ghostly corridor, haunted by only a handful of train conductors, a hazmat-masked selfie seeker and a few nonchalant pigeons (it’s still NYC, after all).

With subway ridership down more than 90% during the shutdown and a similar plummet in the number of Metro-North commuters, train schedules in and out of the station have been slashed. Almost every car has become a quiet car, void of passengers and rattling with hollowness. Now, only weary essential employees and homeless people make the lonely trek through Grand Central’s labyrinth of tunnels and soaring arches.

The north entrance of the station, meanwhile, has been closed since March 26, with police tape dangling across its worn stone staircases — a shocking sight for the city that never sleeps.

Unveiled in 1913, Grand Central remains one of New York’s most beloved landmarks and architectural treasures, spared from demolition in the 1970s thanks to the efforts of former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and architect Philip Johnson. Its famous clock and constellation-strewn ceiling have withstood world wars, wrecking-ball threats, depressions — and now — this pandemic.

Photographer Stefan Jeremiah spent a full day surveying the silent station for The Post’s special photography series, “Apart, Together.”

The taped-off stairs at an empty Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
The taped-off North Entrance stairs at an empty Grand Central Station.Stefan Jeremiah

A train at the platforms at Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
An empty train at 6:29 pm, what would normally be rush hour.Stefan Jeremiah

Empty seats on a train at the platforms at Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
Seats up for grabs on Metro North.Stefan Jeremiah

An MTA worker stands by the platform entrance inside Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
A solo MTA worker on the platform entrance.Stefan Jeremiah

A man looking at his phone at the entrance to a platform in an empty Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
A solo passenger on the platform.Stefan Jeremiah

A lone man taks the escalator though an empty Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
A lone man takes the escalator though an empty Grand Central Station.Stefan Jeremiah

The information booth and clock in an empty Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
The vacant information booth and clock.Stefan Jeremiah

An empty Hudson News shop inside Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
An empty Hudson News shop inside the main terminal.Stefan Jeremiah

An MTA officer sits at his desk and watches over a near empty Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
An MTA officer sits at his desk and watches over a near empty Grand Central Station.Stefan Jeremiah

A train driver smiles beneath his mask as he poses for a photograph at Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
A train driver smiles beneath his mask on Metro North.Stefan Jeremiah

A man enters the ticket machine area inside Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
No lines at the ticket machines.Stefan Jeremiah

Two pigeons run around inside Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan.
Two pigeons have the main terminal all to themselves.Stefan Jeremiah

A man wearing a full face driving snorkle inside Grand Central Station in Midtown, Manhattan
A passerby is decked out in protective gear to take a selfie at the station.Stefan Jeremiah

A cashier sits at the counter of a liquor store inside Grand Central Station.
A cashier mans the counter of a Grand Central liquor store.Stefan Jeremiah

A pigeon runs around inside the terminal.
A pigeon runs around inside the terminal.Stefan Jeremiah