The Empty New York Subway

(Image credit: Flickr user MTAPhotos/Aaron Donovan)

(Image credit: Flickr user MTAPhotos/Aaron Donovan)

Here's something you don't see often -or ever. The New York City subway system is empty. The MTA closed down all train routes yesterday in preparation for Frankenstorm, or hurricane Sandy, which is expected to hit the city today. At the top is the Times Square station, normally the busiest subway junction in the city. Underneath is a photo of Grand Central Station, sans travelers. Jason Kottke posted these as part of a frequently-update mega post with links to all kinds of news and information on the storm. Link

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