69th Street Subway Station

Steel, pain and rust at the 69th street 7 train subway stop

Took a walk down Roosevelt Avenue in Queens and was struck by the 69th street subway stop.

The train’s above ground here as it is as soon as you’re a few stops into Queens. Once you’re out this far though you really get a sense of the decay, age and rust of the stations.

69th Street Subway Station (7 train). January 6, 2019 from 12:40 – 12:50pm.

Sony A7iii, Tamron 28-75, various. ISO 100.

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