[MTA New York City Transit Subway – IRT Livonia Ave Line]: Here’s a clip of Manhattan & Bronx Bound (2) and a Manhattan & New Lots Ave Bound (3) Trains in Brooklyn, New York. [Bombardier R-142, Kawasaki R-62] (2) [(Peak Service) – New Lots Ave, Brooklyn to E. 241st St,…Continue Reading
I shot this video with my mobile phone in NYC on the F train, 5-25-2014. Watch what happens!
6/16/16. Because screw standing behind the yellow line lol =P If only I had a slice of pizza to throw at it XD Full Jamaica Line action from this date: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjztkSpr2OA
Demonstration Speech for my speech class. I’m not a public speaker so please excuse my stumbles.
We head to Broadway Junction to do some railfanning on this Sunday Afternoon. Also, this is my first R160 RFW video on my channel. Enjoy!
Metropolitan Transportation Authority [New York City Subway – IRT 7th / Lexington Avenues, IND 8th Avenue & BMT Nassau Street Lines] Here is a long tour clip of the Fulton Street Station (also known as the Fulton Street Transit Center) This station is served by the (A), (J) (2) &…Continue Reading
An excerpt from the 30-minute PBS documentary about the building of the first subway in New York, the IRT. Produced by Kerry Michaels and Stuart Math.
MTA New York City Subway: Parkchester East 177th Street (IRT Pelham Line) Train Transfer: (6)| Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan to/from Pelham Bay Park or Parkchester, The Bronx via LCL or EXP Bus Transfer: Bx4/Bx4A Bus to Westchester Square & The Hub 3rd Avenue via Westchester Avenue (Bx4A via Metropolitan Oval) Bx36…Continue Reading
There’s always something going on in the New York Subway – Music, art and entertainers to name a few, but one thing that’s lacking is human interaction. We could be sitting next to a fellow commuter for quite sometime yet we don’t say “hey buddy” and many a time avoid…Continue Reading
“This is for the whole world! BROOKLYN! Represent!” If anyone knows this man’s name please tell me so I can promote him. I was too inebriated to remember. In a nutshell, for some reason I decided to fly back to NYC on New years eve in 2004 and when I…Continue Reading