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New South Ferry Shots From 3/17/09


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Here are my shots from the New South Ferry Station from 3/17/09. Idk why I'm posting it almost 2 months later.. oh well

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Wanted to document what the floor strip looks like when brand new

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Wanted to document what the train tracks look likes in a brand new station. The cement is still white, in 40 years it won't be.

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Enjoy :cool:

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Nice picx from the "NEW" South ferry from March, but today I call it "REGULAR" South Ferry as its already aging =)

 

Anyways nice work ~!

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Nice picx from the "NEW" South ferry from March, but today I call it "REGULAR" South Ferry as its already aging =)

 

Anyways nice work ~!

This is some good stuff from the . That south Ferry Station looks really cool. I hope to go there someday.

 

Cool photos.

 

Thanks guys! :cool:

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Excellent! Are those track ties actually made out of concrete like those in the German ICE tunnels?

 

Thanks! And yes I believe they are concrete. You can also find concrete ties at Times Square on the south bound BMT express platform, and scattered around the Brighton Line.

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It's becoming sort of a new thing to have concrete ties on the underground tracks. Also, Brighton line is starting to get CWR in some places.

I believe they were installed to minimise the vibration the trains make.

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