Photos of Manhattan's Abandoned Canal Street J/M/Z Subway Platform

The LTV Squad could possibly be one of the City's first modern-day urban explorers. For the past several decades, they have been sneaking into abandoned areas all around the City, then sharing photos of their explorations.

Recently, the squad posted a small set of older photos of the abandoned Canal Street J/M/Z subway platform. This station had't been abandoned for very long when the crew visited -- only a couple of years -- so it's in decent shape where you can get a good peek.

Here is how it looks today.

The abandoned Canal Street J/M/Z platform
The abandoned Canal Street J/M/Z platform
Former Queens bound track, looking North/east.
Former Queens bound track, looking North/east.
The Brown M
The Brown M
Former Queens bound Express/stub track – the trackway here has been reduced in length by nearly half – and replaced with locked MTA rooms
Former Queens bound Express/stub track – the trackway here has been reduced in length by nearly half – and replaced with locked MTA rooms

via LTV Squad

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