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Mta derailment of F train 2014 nyc

Mta pratt institute elevated line

Jerome Avenue El, Moshulo Parkway Stop, Bronx, New York by birdlives9 #Photography #NYC

Entrance to subway: Broadway

City hall subway station

(99k, 818x1024)Country: United StatesCity: New YorkSystem: New York City TransitLine: IRT Lenox LineLocation: 110th Street/Central Park North Photo by: David Sagarin/Historic American Engineering RecordCollection of: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs DivisionDate: 8/1978Notes: Platform and control area.Viewed (this week/total): 4 / 6619

168 St Subway Station by halgil, via Flickr

168 St Subway Station by halgil, via Flickr

#sandy G train L train flooding.

A passenger exits the 42nd Street subway station in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in New York November 1, 2012. The subway has been put back on limited service. Rescuers searched flooded homes for survivors, drivers lined up for hours to get scarce gasoline and millions remained without power on Thursday as New York City and nearby towns struggled to recover from Sandy, one of the biggest storms ever to hit the United States.

81st Street Museum of Natural History subway station mosaic - whale tail.

"Primavera" by Raul Colon at 191st Street Station. Unfortunately: "New Yorkers call this stop the Tunnel of Doom. To access the station, riders must trudge a quarter mile through a narrow concrete tunnel full of rats and garbage. It's dark, dank, and incredibly creepy. Far and away the worst subway stop in the city."

191 Street Station in New York City

Washington Heights apartments near 168th Street & Broadway/St. Nicholas Avenue Subway Station [1, A, C train] in NYC

City Hall Loop

Today I found an old NYC MTA (subway like) street car trolley train from the 1930s in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Best day ever!

The photo on the left was taken in 1910, and shows the 1908 Heins and LaFarge subway kiosk on the left, and behind the elevated tracks, with the arched entryways, the original LIRR terminal, which opened in 1907. The Elevated train was the 5th Avenue Line, which came up from the Myrtle Avenue El, up Hudson Avenue, stopped here, at the junction of Atlantic and Flatbush, and then continued along 5th Avenue to 3rd Ave. and 65th St. It was torn down in 1941.

Past and Present: Atlantic/Flatbush Junction | Brownstoner

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