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.
For a recent article, LTV Squad member Control posted tons of great shots from within the 174th street subway yard.
The 174th street subway yard is a cavernous space under Washington Heights that is currently used to store C trains. The subway was originally built by the IND, which was a forward thinking company plotting on building numerous subway routes that never came to fruition. It has been long said that this yard was actually built as a provisions for a subway route that was suppose to go over the George Washington Bridge.
Check out the full writeup for more on the 174th Street Subway Yard.
via LTV Squad