Right after taking this shot, I spotted a worker walking up the tracks, so we exited the tunnel quickly and quietly.
Favorite Tunnel :)
One of my favorite shots that I’ve taken
Anything is better than that _ train
Those interior displays on R160Bs combined with the LED displays near the ceiling sure make for some nice colors when the lights are off.
I’m realizing now that there’s a story behind most of these shots. Not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing, but it makes for interesting memories.
100 candles and my thumb were harmed in the making of this photo
Around the Bend
The transition from the ‘70s construction to the ‘00s construction.
This came out much better than expected
Place of Solitude and Solace
Another GRS 3D
South Ferry or Bowling Green?
Lack of Graffiti But Old Tunnel?
Not Star Wars Tunnel
Rock to Brick
So many eras in one spot...
From trolleys to early BMT to Chrystie
One of the oldest IND tunnels.
The reason this place was constructed really is a true mystery, and I don’t think anyone will ever know for sure why it exists.
This shot is rather cliché so I used a slightly less cliché version for this.
One of the first shots I took with my new camera. Handheld, of course.
Separate from that, this was the fourth tunnel I ever visited. Unfortunately, that ease of access is taken advantage of by every toy, so vandalism has increased and security has been stepped up. Oh well.
The IND is often seen as overbuilt. This tunnel is a good example of that, being one of the many IND tunnels with an extra track. The middle track cannot be used for anything in revenue service. However, the IND did make it easy to store trains in tunnels, for work/maintenance trains to have more flexibility, and for more flexibility in planned service changes.
A cool edit of this handsome abandoned station that ended up being surprisingly satisfying.
I was very satisfied when I saw how this shot came out.
I feel like this part of this tunnel looks like modern art