The New York Subway is considered the life-line to the city’s commerce. From business to leisure, the weaving transit serves many city dwellers with its dazzling array of route options. But how many of us actually ride to the end of any particular route? We jump on to get to a point maybe two stops away, to cross the street and catch a bus or walk the rest of the way.
Recently, the New York Times put together an interesting piece called Going to the End of the Line. As the Times states, “For those subway riders who get off before the last stop — almost everyone — the end is just a sign on the train. What’s there, anyway? It turns out there is often mystery, lonesomeness and beauty.” View their photographic essay of the sights at the end of NYC’s subway lines.
View the NY Times Photo Esssay entitled Going to the End of the Line