A westbound evening 7 train is a great commute.
Train in an underground cage....a No.4 Uptown Lexington Avenue Express stops at 14th Street-Union Square on a busy Saturday afternoon.
A Flushing-bound No.7 Local threads its way through the graffitied rooftops of Queens, as it approaches 74th Street-Broadway station. In the distance above the rear of the train, a MTA MPI MP8AC-3... (more)
Redbirds ride the 7 again
In honor of the New York Mets home Opening Day, MTA NYC Transit operated the "Train of Many Colors" from 34 St/Hudson Yards to Main Street on the 7 line. Le... (more)
This is the highest point on the entire NYC MTA system, offering a classic view of the Manhattan Skyline as an F train approaches the station.
People are scrambling from a Q train to the No 7 at Queensboro Plaza during snowstorm Jonas, the 2nd biggest snowfall in NYC's history. (I wonder what the guy with the bike was thinking about toda... (more)
A Manhattan-bound No.2 Seventh Avenue Express train from Wakefield - 241st Street, arriving at West Farms Square - East Tremont Avenue station in the Bronx.
Deep in the depths of Grand Central Terminal you have a choice of two subway lines. This is the No 7 station and it is one of the few that has a barrel ceiling. During renovations about 15 years a... (more)
An M train approaches the station at Marcy Avenue at dusk.
The Number 7 line has been voted the most "scenic" subway line in New York. It does give you views not normally associated with subway travel. The one on the right is EB and heading out ... (more)
A D Line train enters the West 8 Street station in the southern part of Brooklyn. Next stop is Coney Island at the end of the line.
The Manhattan skyline forms an impressive backdrop as an outbound subway train approaches the Smith-9th station in Brooklyn. This stop has the oxymoronic distinction of being the highest point on ... (more)
An A train is rounding the curve 100 yards shy of Howard Beach Station in Queens.
First time in 35 years, the BMT Standard cars are back in operating condition as they are seen arriving at Brighton Beach during the BMT Centennial Celebration.
The two BMT Type-D triplex articulated cars roll north through Sheepshead Bay on the B/Q Lines during the BMT Centennial Celebration of the first Subway from Manhattan to Coney Island.