American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Lesbian.
Pennsylvania Station, New York City, United States
Sooo many times I saw that scene… Thanks for the memories, Tom!
It looks like a metro station. The angle in which photo is taken is quite appealing.
Wow, the angle that you choose for the picture is amazing, it looks like an endless train.
This looks so much like the metro station I see in series alot. The shot is great
This is really memorable for me to see.. It really appealing to the eyes. I like the angle of the shot too
Woe, this side view is so lovely, clean and neat. I can easily read the sign “stay behind” yellow line.
Amazing photography. Wish Kenyan stations were this way.
At the time of this crisis this looks about right. A station would be empty and more of ghost town. At least it is clean. Abandoned but clean.
I love the picture. I haven’t been in one of this in my life time, though I am not used to going by train. I rather make use of the bus or my car.
Really love this angle of a place that means a lot to you 🙂
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This is really fantastic, lovely angle. The train is neatly lined and perfectly taken.
I miss using the subway. It has been such a long time 🙁
Is the train still or in motion? I can’t quite tell.
The iconic Penn Station. I have so many memories of this place.
The train is so long. It must be carrying hundreds of commuters.
I have never used the subway. I look forward to one day though.
It’s a nice shot indeed. You pulled it off!
I wish my city had a subway. They make transport so efficient.
Subways are the signature of New York. What a beautiful city!
You sure travel far and wide. Itâ€™s great that you always ensure that you take photos of your travels.
The train stretches to the very edge of the eye. How long is the train?
I prefer the subway to most modes of transport. Itâ€™s a great way to meet interesting people.
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