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The Subway. It’s not the Underground. It’s not the Metro. And it’s not just any ordinary train ride in New York City. It can be stinky, crowded, noisy, sweltering hot or all of the above at any one time.  Ask any New Yorker and you will probably get just as many that hate it, as love it.  Since its inception in 1869, its hundreds of miles of tracks have stretched under the city like a web of veins carrying the people, who are the life blood of New York.

Waiting for the M.
Waiting For The M Train, Subway, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
The F Train
The F Train, Subway, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Subway Car Noir
Subway Car Noir, Subway, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
42nd Street-Bryant Park
42nd Street-Bryant Park Subway Station, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Grand Central Station
Grand Central Station, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
57th Street Station
57th Street Subway Station, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
The D Train
D Train, Subway, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
The N Train
N Train, Subway, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013

28 COMMENTS

  1. I am one of those people who loves the crowded subway. Your pictures make me miss it a lot. Gorgeous shots!

  2. I like the theme! It like the full experience of the subway in a series of photos! My sons will appreciate these! They love the city!

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