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New York Underground. #Transit

National Geographic illustration of New York City Underground cross section. Amazed that we've built miles of this. :: cross-sections, very cool. it is mind boggling when you see it pictured like this.

George P. Hall & Son (American, active 1886–1914). Curve at Brooklyn Terminal, Brooklyn Bridge, New York., ca. 1910. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Walker Evans Archive, 1994 (1994.264.38.2) #newyork #nyc

TRANSIT: George P. Hall & Son (American, active Curve at Brooklyn Terminal, Brooklyn Bridge, New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

~~September 1942. New York. Third Avenue elevated railway at 18th Street.~~

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Under the El: September "New York. Third Avenue elevated railway at Street." The Shorpy Pub Crawl starts at Flynn's! Medium format negative by Marjory Collins for the Office of War Information.

Old City Hall Station: If you stay on the 6 train going downtown, you'll loop around through the Old City Hall Station. Known otherwise as the Ghost Station, the 1920's throwback is rarely seen.

In New York City: Old City Hall Station: If you stay on the 6 train going downtown, you'll loop around through the Old City Hall Station. Known otherwise as the Ghost Station, the throwback is rarely seen.

Subways. #NYCLove hae not tried the public transportation system there yet . But it's coming

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Grand Central’s abandoned Track 61 - When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in office, he utilized a secret train line that connected Grand Central to the Waldorf-Astoria. The area even has a huge freight elevator that was used to fit his limousine allowing FDR to travel to and from New York City in secrecy during World War II. This was the train he used which still sits on Track 61.

Grand Central’s abandoned Track 61 When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in office, he utilized a secret train line that connected Grand Central to the Waldorf-Astoria. The area even has a huge freight elevator that was used to fit his limousine al