If you’re in Brooklyn, you can purchase a real 1935 R6 Subway car on eBay. Price as of this post: $24,000. It’s not pretty, but it’s something…
A great look at the current progress of the 2nd Avenue Subway line and the history of the NYC transit system.
I didn’t know the MTA was doing this, but apparently from the YouTube video description: As part of an ongoing project to reduce wheep slip on trains, a rail grinder is used to make grooves in the rail for better traction, and as a result this sound is made when trains go over the rail. […]
I believe this is the 91st Street abandoned station along the 1/2/3 line. I’ve always wanted to go here.