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  1. Alastair Jamieson
    Alastair Jamieson at |

    I think I’m more excited about this than New Yorkers are. It looks great!

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  2. Subway Surfer
    Subway Surfer at |

    Sand hogs’ full employment project…

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  3. Jeremy
    Jeremy at |

    I was on the inaugural train from 57th today – Was exciting – I’ve never seen so many people smiling – Amazing it took this long! The Art work is great, the stations are great with lots of art work – I agree with you, the stations were rushed and need more work – Thats why the trains aren’t running in the evenings for the next week or so – Regarding the escalator – They had more construction/electrical/escalator people on staff – I’d be surprised if it wasn’t fixed already – This line will transform the Upper East Side

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  4. Ben Granucci
    Ben Granucci at |

    Apparently that particular mosaic is a self portrait of the artist.

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  5. David Abbey
    David Abbey at |

    And to follow up Ben, the person posing with the self portatit is doing a self portrait of this blog.

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  6. George
    George at |

    Concourse levels serve an important purpose at crowded stations with more access points,, getting people off the platform quickly, allowing new people to access the platform for the next train. I don’t know if the 2nd Ave subway is set up this way.

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  7. CP@YOW
    CP@YOW at |

    The Wikipedia article on the history of this is comprehensive and fascinating
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Avenue_Subway

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