South Ferry subway station has been closed to the public since October 22nd, 2012, after Hurricane Sandy dumped over 15 million gallons of corrosive salt water into the station. After 3 years of abandonment, and two years of renovations and repairs, the southernmost Manhattan subway station again opened to the public this week, complete with safety measure to keep storm waters out in the future.
Local transit historian and railfan Dj Hammers makes tons of great videos showing how subway transit works and runs in the City. In this short video tour, Dj Hammers gives us the first look at the newly re-opened South Ferry subway station.
After being severely damaged during Hurricane Sandy in 2012, the new South Ferry Station has been completely rebuilt and is back in operation!
via Dj Hammers
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