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Vintage Photos Reveal the Gritty NYC Subway in the 70s and 80s

The New York subway has fascinated street photographers for generations, never more so than in the 1970s and 1980s. Gritty and tinged with danger, a subway ride was always an exercise in caution. 237 more words


Escape In New York City

Throwback Thursday is an Instagram/Facebook gimmick. But it’s also a great exercise in scheduled nostalgia. An excuse to look back on photos taken years before and revisit what almost seems like a former life. 674 more words


Quacks On The Tracks: NYPD Rescues Duck From Subway Line

NEW YORK (AP) — It wasn’t an ordinary police call for someone trying to duck a subway fare.

New York City officers found themselves chasing down a duck that strayed onto the tracks at a Brooklyn subway station Friday morning. 120 more words

New York City Subway Adventures (Incl. Abandoned City Hall Station!!)

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Are you looking for something quirky and different to do the next time you visit New York City? How about swiping your… 57 more words

Ret. NYC Cop Exposes Himself To Subway Riders

A retired New York City Officer exposes himself to fellow subway riders. Heidi Harris explains as to why this former officer felt the need to expose himself.   36 more words


New subway line in New York built by a Romanian engineer

The new line was coordinated by a Romanian engineer, Michael Horodniceanu. The construction of the line has taken 10 years and cost around 4,5 billion dollars. 131 more words

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Delayed projects: What we can learn from the Second Avenue Subway

On 1 January 2017, the Independent Subway System (IND) Second Avenue Line, more commonly known as the Second Avenue Subway (SAS) in New York City that was already planned since 1919 finally opened to public after decades of delay. 1,317 more words