The 4th pole on the left of the stairs leading to the J Train is the best 4 leaning against. It has piqaint 20th century silver box & a captivating view.even the rats seem picturesque from this vista
On the Brooklyn-bound J/M platform you can get reception if you're on AT&T. Stand at the back railing of third staircase. It's the one across from the newsstand on the other side. w00t!
Try not to mention to the station staff members that you can see the platform ghosts. It unsettles them.
Free wifi!!! And great signal as well.
Don't miss your Essex stop on the Brooklyn bound J. The next stop is Marcy, 2 miles away and you can't switch directions without paying.
The M train is such a welcome addition to the BDF family! It's clean and not nearly as scary as the V was!
Check out the iPhone app Roadify for all subways. It's free and it rocks.
Loving that the M stops here now. I hate walking down to the lower level for the F train.
Take the train to this stop if you want to walk over the Williamsburg Bridge
Plenty of great eats around this subway station! Go to Essex St Market!
Only 3 blocks from Katz's Deli on E Houston.
Delancy and Essex Stations are one in the same... just different trains.
The trains take forever on the weekends...start out 30 mins early
I wish the Brooklyn bound j,m and z had a exit to outside.
Don't feed the rats no matter how tame they appear.
The M train always stopped here....damn hipsters don't know shit.
A confusing subway stop. Read the signs closely.
For uptown trains wait by stairs for M or F
Don't get chewed up by the escalator.
Run as fast as you can and jump on the J train
Upstairs transfer to the M9 and M14A
Watch out for undercovers.
The rats look like kittens...
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