Minus Manhattan
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Allen Ying.
1 year ago
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Next Stop: Atlantic by Stephen Mallon.

If you’re in NYC, photographs from the above series will be viewable through June 28th as part of Drawn to Water, a floating photography exhibit aboard the East River Ferry that also features Joni Sternbach’s SurfLand and David Doubilet’s Underwater Creatures for the first month. Subsequent months for three months will feature different photographers. 

1 year ago
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Allen Ying for 43 Magazine’s New York City issue. I just bought my copy.If you’re in NYC show is tonight Tuesday, April 9th - details here. 

Allen Ying for 43 Magazine’s New York City issue. I just bought my copy.

If you’re in NYC show is tonight Tuesday, April 9th - details here

1 year ago
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A-Train, Harlem, New York City, 2003 by Joseph Michael Lopez. From his series “Dear New Yorker.”

A-Train, Harlem, New York City, 2003 by Joseph Michael Lopez. From his series “Dear New Yorker.”

(Source: pdnphotooftheday.com)

1 year ago
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Times Square Shuttle by Jon Naar.
More great shots of the New York City subway system over at the New Yorker. 
1 year ago
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Two of my favorite images from Subway by Bruce Davidson

I just got the Aperture edition of this book and it’s stunning. Real beauty comes out of the grit and filth that was the New York City subway system in 1980. If you’re looking to buy someone a photo book for the holidays definitely check this out.  

1 year ago
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From the MTA:

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, MTA New York City Transit employees partially dismantled R32 subway cars and loaded them onto trucks to transport them to the Rockaway Peninsula. The cars will serve as special shuttle trains that will travel along the peninsula. The shuttle will allow New York City Transit to partially restore A train service while crews continue to rebuild the A train’s tracks across Jamaica Bay. The tracks were heavily damaged during the hurricane.

Photo by Patrick Cashin.

From the MTA:

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, MTA New York City Transit employees partially dismantled R32 subway cars and loaded them onto trucks to transport them to the Rockaway Peninsula. The cars will serve as special shuttle trains that will travel along the peninsula. The shuttle will allow New York City Transit to partially restore A train service while crews continue to rebuild the A train’s tracks across Jamaica Bay. The tracks were heavily damaged during the hurricane.

Photo by Patrick Cashin.

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Virginia Placement by Stephen Mallon. 

Virginia Placement by Stephen Mallon. 

(Source: pdnphotooftheday.com)

2 years ago
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Check out the beautiful old abandoned City Hall station in lower Manahttan. Trains still run through it and you can see it (though it will likely be quite dark). Stay on the 6 train downtown after Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall (first/last stop). The train uses the old station to turn around and go uptown. Alternatively, the MTA occasionally offers tours of the station.

Photos by John-Paul Palescandolo & Eric Kazmirek.

(Source: theatlanticcities.com)

2 years ago
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Subway by Bruce Davidson.

Subway by Bruce Davidson.

2 years ago
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IRT line in NYC in the 1980s.

IRT line in NYC in the 1980s.

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Man walking on subway car wall by Steven Siegel.
More from this photoset of NYC in the 80s here.

Man walking on subway car wall by Steven Siegel.

More from this photoset of NYC in the 80s here.

2 years ago
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Guardian Angels by Eve Arnold.

Guardian Angels by Eve Arnold.

2 years ago
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Navid Baraty.

Navid Baraty.

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