This is the highest point on the entire NYC MTA system, offering a classic view of the Manhattan Skyline as an F train approaches the station.
The shear size of New York's MTA is just impressive. Here at Coney Island, a "Q" train approaches Stillwell / Coney Island MTA stop whilst an "F" departs beneath it.
Into the Void
With the blizzard raging on, the last Manhattan bound F Train for this day heads off into near whiteout conditions. The NYC Subway System was the last standing means of v... (more)
Shuttle M train leaving Myrtle Broadway Station from express track for Metropolitan Av Station in Queens. It was one of few last trains this Saturday. As of 4pm MTA ordered all subway service abov... (more)
Manhattan bound J train is approaching Myrtle-Brodway Station during very heavy blizzard.
BMT type-D triplex cars combine with the 8 car R1/9 trianset pass through Euclid Ave on their way to Pitkin Yard.
Under the streets of downtown Brooklyn in the subway tunnel leading to Court Street where the transit museum is located.
New York City Transit's fully operational open end wooden gate cars are seen on display at the transit museum. Originally built in 1907, they were rehabbed with sliding doors in the 1930s. In 1979... (more)
IND Division Semaphore on display with an open end gate car from the Brooklyn Union Elevated Railroad at the NYC Transit Museum Court Street Station.
A view of the signal control tower at the NYC Transit Museum. The track diagram indicator lights and control levers are fully operational and are still needed when the vintage subway cars on displ... (more)
J train puts on some sparking show while leaving Lorimer St. Station for Manhattan.
Remain Seated. Luna Park at Coney Island is closed for the season so all is eerily quiet as an MTA Q Train glides past the iconic Cyclone roller coaster on its way to the final stop.
I was born not far from here and lived about 6 blocks away until I was 8. I loved riding the subways and this is where I would always start my adventures, this station.