Thursday, April 30, 2009

Train tracks

A few of the subway stops in Manhattan are on elevated platforms like this one at 125th and Broadway in Harlem. The subway comes above ground for one stop here at 125th and goes underground again until Dyckman Street. There's a reason why they had to build this particular stop above ground, which unfortunately I can't remember now. (I'm traveling this week, so I've scheduled this post ahead of time. I'll catch up with you all soon.)

5 comments:

Olivier said...

belle perspective, une envie de partir ?
beautiful perspective, a desire to leave?

the_plainsman said...

I like how you capured the tunnel you mentioned at the far end of the tracks.

Blue Wave 707 said...

Great shot, especially with the tilted horizon!

DaveM said...

Yes as the others also say, A great shot.

Ken Mac said...

that could only be NYC!