A Graffiti tagged B Train subway Cart was spotted at the West 4th Street Station located in downtown Manhattan. The photo above was shot by Jocelyn Goldstein the photo was taken as it was heading down to Coney Island Yard to be cleaned.
Cool Video of some New York City Subway Train Skating By SLAP Magazine
SLAP Magazine – New York Subway Skating:NYC Transit Rules of Conduct: It is a violation to-
Stand on a skateboard
Jump the turnstile or enter the system improperly
Move between end doors of a subway car whether or not train is in motion
Damage subway or bus property – that includes graffiti or scratches
Filmed and edited by Colin Read (more…)
These trains, which first rolled into service in 1917, are running on the 2 and 3 line Saturdays and Sundays in September noon-6pm making stops at 96th Street, 72nd Street, and 42nd Street Times Square. Grab your flask and hop aboard to take a ride from a bygone era. (more…)
Starting on Saturday, September 3rd an authentic vintage 1920’s train will run on the express 2/3 track in Manhattan throughout September (specifically, from 12 to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays). Originally operated by the Interborough Rapid Transit (IRT) system, the train began service back in 1917 and will once again be operational. Customers who have the opportunity to ride the vintage train will be transported back in time to the Prohibition era with authentic details such as rattan seats, ceiling fans and drop sash windows, as well as a custom branded interior featuring Boardwalk Empire-inspired period artwork.
This will be around for four weekends, running through the 25th of September, and will be making stops at 96th, 72nd, and Times Square-42nd street stations only
Subway Subculture: I know you’ve received a lot of press and a lot of attention, what has been the most surprising response?
Nothing is terribly surprising as food is provocative and political no matter how lighthearted and simple you act. Actually the Daily Mail’s article was the most surprising. They created an entire story based on the video, with details and facts that were completely fabricated. That blatant acceptance of the performance aspect of our event was shocking and it was nice to see them play along with the absurdity of the whole thing. (more…)
No Eating On The MTA Bus 2 Brooklyn Girls Go Wild On A Woman For Trying To Tell Them They Are Not Allowed To Eat On The Bus
Up Your Noodle Game Up By Eating On The Train
Police are searching for a woman who robbed and shoved an 81-year-old woman to the ground at a downtown Manhattan subway station. On January 4 at 10:40 p.m., Madeline Klima was swiping her Metrocard at a turnstile at the Fulton Street station when the suspect approached her from behind. Klima, who works as an office cleaner, broke her shoulder and suffered a head laceration; she told the Post, “I knew my bag was gone and I yelled, ‘I was robbed!’ ‘I was robbed!’
Video after the jump (more…)