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What would be the scariest station?


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If there's no power, there's no elevators. Plus there's that dark 1/2 mile tunnel.

 

Well i was asking if the only access was the elevators. I dunno bout any of you, but going in the tunnel in the pitch dark....:confused:

 

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Well i was asking if the only access was the elevators. I dunno bout any of you, but going in the tunnel in the pitch dark....:confused:

 

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I think the station access is a half-mile tunnel leading to an elevator bank. Anyone ever been there?

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4th ave on the (F)

 

42nd Street TSQ/PABT why?? CUZ WE GOT COPS checkong , especially taking pics of trains!

 

Grasmere on SIR, i went there about 6PM and found no one, and no its not becuz the next train left, cuz i saw no train

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I would not be too scared, I always have a flashlight in my backpack. If anything, I think Chambers on the (J)(M) and (Z) would be a bad place with no lights since the south end of the station has a drop off of several feet into water/slime.

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155th Street (C). I've been to that station long enough to find my way around it, but narrow platforms, dimly lit passageways, blocked entrances, a stench, a deteriorating platform, and a less-than-safe neighborhood add up to be quite scary during a power outage! Plus, it's a relatively quiet station to begin with, so it's really creepy late at night when you can hear your own footsteps echoing off the wall!

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If you think about it, if the lights went out at an extremely crowded station like Times Square, Penn Station, or Grand Central, it would be quite a scary scene! Not only is the station huge, there would be hundreds, maybe thousands! of people yelling, crying, screaming, or shouting. Quite a hectic scene there. Couple that with all the passageways, tracks, obstacles, workers trying to calm passengers, and stairs, and there's a really scary situation!

 

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If you think about it, if the lights went out at an extremely crowded station like Times Square, Penn Station, or Grand Central, it would be quite a scary scene! Not only is the station huge, there would be hundreds, maybe thousands! of people yelling, crying, screaming, or shouting. Quite a hectic scene there. Couple that with all the passageways, tracks, obstacles, workers trying to calm passengers, and stairs, and there's a really scary situation!

 

 

Oh yeah. Those are all hectic stations with lights on, so I don't even want to imagine that scene pitch black - particularly Grand Central :eek:

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