We've written before about the abandoned City Hall Station that exists in Lower Manhattan at the end of the Downtown 6 Train line, but never really discussed how you can see it for yourself. The New York Transit Museum offers highly-sought-after tours for members, but you can see it much easier with a single subway swipe. Watch this short video from Fast Company to learn how.
The City Hall Loop was a terminal for the first-ever line of the New York City Subway. Although passenger service was discontinued on December 31, 1945, you can still get a glimpse of history if you know what you’re doing.
via Fast Company
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