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  • Suzy Smith

    Abandoned...How To See New York's Secret City Hall Subway Stop... New Yorkers, you know how the 6 train ends at Brooklyn Bridge, and they say "Last stop, Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall"? Well that stop is really only Brooklyn Bridge, and is not the original City Hall stop, and the original City Hall stop is actually this beautiful, magical place you see above, by far the most beautiful New York subway station ever made.

  • Ramin Rak

    Under the busy streets of New York City rests a perfectly preserved monument to that city’s transportation history. The City Hall Subway Station was first constructed over 100 years ago, a part of New York’s earliest underground transport network. It was shut down in 1945, #newyork #NYC

  • NICHOLA

    CITY HALL SUBWAY STATION | MANHATTAN | NEW YORK | USA: *New York City Subway* Deep under old New York, lies abandoned platforms, train tracks and entire train stations. Some, maybe glimpsed by passengers on some lines, others lay hidden behind doors or flights of stairs. The most startling, is the terminal which rests beneath City Hall Park, an opulent and beautiful show-piece, but deserted and largely forgotten since the 1940s

  • Sarita Rodriguez

    City Hall Station in New York City, NY | Breathtaking Subway Stations Around The World, never thought NYC subway would be one of them

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