Brooklyn >N Y Transit Museum
“Culled from the extensive collections of the New York Transit Museum, The New York Historical Society, the Episcopal Diocese of New York, The Bronx Zoo / Wildlife Conservancy Center, and private collectors, more than sixty historic artifacts, architectura”
“This place was huge and I can't believe it was only $5.”
Best architectural exhibits in town!!!.
Be sure not to miss two new exciting - consecutive - free exhibits at the New York Transit Museum Gallery Annex entitled, "Architects of the NYC Subway, Heins & LaFarge: The Tradition of Great Public Works, Part I" (3/19/2007 - 7/8/2007) and Architects of the NYC Subway, Squire Vickers and the Subway?s Modern Age, Part II, (7/30/2007 ? 10/28/2007). Culled from the extensive collections of the New York Transit Museum, The New York Historical Society, the Episcopal Diocese of New York, The Bronx Zoo / Wildlife Conservancy Center, and private collectors, more than sixty historic artifacts, architectural drawings, and photographs will display, the vision of the subway?s first architects, John L. Heins and Christopher G. LaFarge and the subsequent work of Squire J. Vickers at the Transit Museum?s Gallery Annex in mid-town Manhattan.
Old Terminal Full Of History. Don't miss this historical piece. For only $5 I was able to get a history lesson, learn about the NY transit system and I got to step back into history because it was in an old rail station. This place was huge and I can't believe it was only $5. I will be at this place the next time I get back to NY. It is so full of info and historical items that you can get it all in the first time! Don't miss this chance to see and touch history!
Public transportation's multifaceted story is detailed at the Court Street subway station..
The museum's display of transit-related artifacts ranges from two tracks worth of historic subway cars to archival movie posters of films featuring mass transit. NYTM has plenty of interactive components for kids, including a pretend dynamite detonator for excavating subway tunnels, an operable bus cab and a hands-on fuel station. Visitors can also see an array of transit maps, miniature trolleys and an exposed bus interior that doubles as a small theater for film shorts.
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