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Hey everyone!

Can anybody give me websites on the nyc subway or documentaries.

Please let me know as quick as possible.

It can be anything about the nyc subway like for example when it first open or how long did it take to dig underground to do this.

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Within the next few months (not sure exactly when yet because it is still in the begining stages) there will be a subway index with info on all the cars in service and retired right here on the site. I am also currently working on an MTA timeline that will include the total history of the subway and bus systems. I can't wait till it is done because it's going to be really sweet.

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That site is insane. I discovered it via forgotten-ny.com (another good resource) 3 years ago. Very information dense, and lots of it. Lot of good photos too.

 

- andy

 

I remember stumbling upon the site when I had to do a report last year in 7th grade on something significant in my neighborhood, and I chose the (E)(F)(G)(R)(V)(7) subway station. :D

 

That's how I found out there was a lower level...

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Within the next few months (not sure exactly when yet because it is still in the begining stages) there will be a subway index with info on all the cars in service and retired right here on the site. I am also currently working on an MTA timeline that will include the total history of the subway and bus systems. I can't wait till it is done because it's going to be really sweet.

 

Seriously? It'd be cool if I forgot about some specific detail and I could look at either of these parts of the website...that would be really helpful for new people too.

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http://www.nycsubway.org is all you really need...

 

On the homepage you will see the '150 Years of Rapid Transit' section which includes many articles. read all of them, you should be done in a week. On the left side there's information on rolling stock (Current Fleet, Retired Fleet) and Track Maps available.

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