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Transit museum

Ride the rails this summer in the same machinery that New Yorkers used in the early 20th century.
"When subways are built into neighborhoods that are sparsely populated to begin with, people start moving there, because rapid transit makes it easier for you to live and work in two separate places."
This Greek Revival Townhouse was built in 1847 as a private one-family residence, but now it could save your life if there's ever trouble in the subway tunnel below.
The exhibit highlights the work made by two of the earliest photographers hired to document the construction of the subway on behalf of the agencies who built New York’s subway system.
It was all about giggle water, rag-a-muffins and getting zozzled.
The Maschino fashion show was held on an old subway car in the Transit Museum.
What came before 'Subway Standard' Helvetica, the On-The-Go kiosks and countdown clocks?
The 1917-era train car is headed up to Yankee Stadium for the home opener.
It's probably not haunted.
Also featuring a Norwegian Slow Television video, taking you on a full ride on the line back back in its glory days.
Attendees at the annual Subway Swing party really went all out.
Three vintage buses were parked on Schermerhorn, and admission to Museum was free all day.
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