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New York Transit Museum is a unique museum devoted to the impact of public transportation on the growth and development of the New York metropolitan region.
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in our exhibit, this poster advertising 10-trip tickets was created in 2002. Since commuter rail fares are based on the distance traveled, frequent riders are encouraged to purchase multiple trip cards to save money.
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"I came back to New York and bought myself a purse... On it is the image of a New York City MetroCard—it’s yellow...and blue—so it matches nothing at all and therefore, on a deep level, matches everything." -- Nora Ephron Shop now at .
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NY Transit Museum 12h
: Taken in 1961, this photograph shows a crowd of people anxiously waiting to try a Directomat in the lobby of 370 Jay Street. Customers would “ask” for directions by pressing buttons, and the machine would dispense printed instructions.
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NY Transit Museum Dec 13
Gift a year of unforgettable memories this holiday season. memberships offer special perks year-round, including unlimited Museum visits, opportunities to get tickets for behind-the-scenes tours, and more. Gift a membership today at .
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NY Transit Museum Dec 13
that the in Brooklyn offers family workshops every weekend? Stop by this weekend to explore with us! Weekend family workshops are with Museum admission: .
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NY Transit Museum Dec 13
: in 1920, the Wakefield—241st Street subway station opened in the . This photograph shows the station in 1924, and showcases the automobiles and storefronts of the period. Do you visit this station during your daily commute?
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NY Transit Museum Dec 12
: What are some of the differences between the Archer Avenue subway token and the “Bull’s-Eye” subway token?
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NY Transit Museum Dec 12
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Reserved as an exclusive benefit of membership, tour tickets often sell out within minutes. Join, renew, or gift a membership today and get ready! Learn more at .
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NY Transit Museum Dec 12
Winter 2020 excursions go on sale to members on Wednesday, January 15th. We have a great lineup of members-only tours coming up, including excursions to East 180th Street Yard, Michael J. Quill Bus Depot, Old City Hall station, and more!
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NY Transit Museum Dec 12
"You’ll find plenty of toys for train-obsessed tots, as well as all the Massimo Vignelli subway map merch your design-loving heart desires." -- Shop now at .
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NY Transit Museum Dec 12
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NY Transit Museum Dec 11
Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer, Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK, and Jamaica–Van Wyck opened much later than the rest of the 1930s IND Queens Boulevard line, as part of the ’s 1968 “Program for Action” proposal. This photo shows the groundbreaking ceremony in 1972!
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NY Transit Museum Dec 11
: in 1988, the Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer, Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK, and Jamaica–Van Wyck stations opened on the IND Queens Boulevard line. These photos of the stations were taken just prior to opening in 1988.
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NY Transit Museum Dec 11
Put on your dancing shoes and break out those moves – Subway Swing is TOMORROW! Get ready to triple-step your way through our 1936 subway station at this after-hours boogie for the ages. With jazzy tunes from four…
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NY Transit Museum Dec 11
Put on your dancing shoes and break out those moves – Subway Swing is TOMORROW! With jazzy tunes from four incredible bands, swing dancing, cocktails, and the slickest vintage outfits, it’s sure to be the bee’s knees. Grab your tickets now at now.
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Head to the on December 12th and dance the night away at Subway Swing! Doors open at 6 PM and tickets are $30 for museum members and $35 for everyone else. Take the South Brooklyn route to Atlantic Ave., and it's a 16-minute walk from the landing.
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défile dans un wagon du pour sa collection Pre-fall 2020 ©️ Randy Brooke
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NY Transit Museum Dec 10
: in 1950, the 179th St station opened on the IND Queens Blvd line. This image depicts the station’s interlocking control panel.
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