Did you know: street musicians in the NYC subway are selected through audition. Some of them have even performed at Carnegie Hall!
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Indecent (and Shameless) Exposure. Hahaha...
If you’re on the N/R and want to transfer to the L, get a seat at the back (Queens bound) or the front (Brooklyn bound) for the easiest transfer right from the platform.
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Always a good place for people watching plus sometimes there are actually some talented musicians down here.
great people watching place
Many New Yorkers participated in yesterday's annual No Pants Subway Ride, organized by New York City prank collective Improv Everywhere. During the afternoon winter event.
Don’t you think it’s cold in here? hahaha....
During the afternoon winter event, pantsless straphangers boarded separate subway stops to "celebrate silliness" and make fellow subway riders laugh and smile.
Cellphone reception gets 2 bars by Union Sq East & 15 St entrance.
This is where the Warriors regroup to take the train back to Coney Island near the end of their journey.
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Some of the musicians here are very talented
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This train station is really crowded.walk fast not slow, cuz someone will bump u if ur walking slow.
Can get a signal toward back of downtown platform
Use the Broadway Line's mezzanine (above the N,Q,R) to avoid the crowded marketplace above.
Walk down to 16th street entrance if you are taking the N/Q/R.
Don't forget to take advantage of the free wifi while waiting for your train
We have elevators. Don't..bring..wheels...up..the stairs!!!
Sit on the bench and wait while entertained by free performers as the crowd streams to and fro.
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Lots of hipsters on the L to Brooklyn.
Great classic train station that is a Hub for many things
My favorite part of the city!
Don't ask the guy about the national debt clock. He'll ask for money. Just google it.
Memorias ❤️ No es excelente pero mucho mejor que antes!
Drunks, junkies and street performers.
You'll see some weird people upstairs.
A lot of good looking people in this station
If you walk slowly in this station you will get run over!
NYC is legit, but I couldn't live here. My feelings would be hurt everyday. #NYCHard P.S. This subway needs the #MarthaStewart touch.
Making NYC Your Gym is as easy as getting off the subway a stop early. Get off at Union Square and walk the rest of the way to work/home/school. More on Making NYC Your Gym: http://on.nyc.gov/T6Gc9J
Making NYC Your Gym is as easy as getting off the subway a stop early. Get off at Union Square and walk the rest of the way to work/home. More on Making NYC Your Gym: http://on.nyc.gov/T6Gc9J
Step lively and watch the closing doors. :)
Service all throughout the station. Best underground station ever.
Long walk between the L train and the 123 trains
If you see something say something
Sitting on the bench while live performers entertain and I watch the world go by!
Check in here when you're stuck between 6th and 8th Ave stations every morning
Love the fact that Best Buy is right there !
Una de las mejores paradas de esta ciudad. Bars, tiendas y comida alrededor