As we know, cow tunnels may still be somewhere beneath 12th Avenue, which were built to deal with heavy cattle traffic in the 1870s... but cows grazing near Grand Central Terminal? Whatever! Ephemeral NY writes that cows were grazing in the city "at least until the 1870s, when this grainy photo was taken—showing a couple of bovines relaxing in a pasture at Lexington Avenue and 45th Street." (Though they were around even later, as last year we looked back at cattle grazing at 116th Street by Lenox Avenue in 1893.)