***This project has a new home. Please visit www.thenextstoponthistrain.com***
This was by far the most fun stop yet! Partly, the extra fun came from the fact that there is just SO much cool stuff to photograph in this neighborhood. But the biggest reason that this shoot was so enjoyable is the fact that I had the pleasure of doing it in the company of my good friend Albert Rivera who was visiting from Denver. (By the way, anyone interested in the Industrial music scene should definitely check out Albert’s fantastic review of last week’s Cocksure/Front 242 show. Click here for his review.)
For anyone unfamiliar with this project, this is part of a series in which I will be visiting every subway stop in New York City and taking photos of what I find there. To see other photos from this series, go to the Categories section on your right and scroll down to The City by Subway. To see where in the city the photos here were taken, scroll all the way down past the photos to the subway map at the bottom.
[I usually open with a photo of the subway entrance sign, but it was raining when we got off of the subway and dark when we got back, so I’ll have to come back and insert one later.]
For a really interesting article about the man who created these mosaics–along with photos of all of his creations–click here.