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view from old f train

The last car of the old F trains provides a view of the tunnels and stations. If you slept through art history, it’s a real-life lesson in vanishing points and perspective.

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Last chance for food before entering the Smith & 9th Street station on the F and G lines. Built in 1933, the stop had to accommodate tall masted ships passing underneath on the Gowanus Canal. At 91 feet above the street, it remains the highest elevated stop in the NYC subway system. That’s a lot of escalators – you can easily finish a Luncheonette sandwich on the ride up.

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