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(151k, 1008x672)<br><b>Country:</b> United States<br><b>City:</b> New York<br><b>System:</b> New York City Transit<br><b>Line:</b> IND 8th Avenue Line<br><b>Location:</b> 42nd Street/Port Authority Bus Terminal (Lower Level) <br><b>Photo by:</b> Peter Dougherty<br><b>Date:</b> 1997<br><b>Notes:</b> Looking North, about 200' from the North end of the platform. There is ample evidence that this station is used by New York's homeless, although the aroma is far less noxious than in many other public areas of the system!  There is also a fairly healthy rodent population on this platform as well.  In the foreground is the second of the two remaining fare control gates from the days of the Aqueduct Special. <br><b>Viewed (this week/total):</b> 9 / 21514


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Country: United States
City: New York
System: New York City Transit
Line: IND 8th Avenue Line
Location: 42nd Street/Port Authority Bus Terminal (Lower Level)
Photo by: Peter Dougherty
Date: 1997
Notes: Looking North, about 200' from the North end of the platform. There is ample evidence that this station is used by New York's homeless, although the "aroma" is far less noxious than in many other public areas of the system! There is also a fairly healthy rodent population on this platform as well. In the foreground is the second of the two remaining fare control gates from the days of the Aqueduct Special.
Viewed (this week/total): 9 / 21514



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