|These rocks are lightwork|
There's plenty of tourist attractions outside New York City. I highly recommend visiting the New York City Transit Museum. The museum is located in downtown Brooklyn to be exact court street. The museum displays historical artifacts of the New York City Subway, bus, bridge and tunnel systems under the administration of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). What makes the museum interesting besides the historical artifacts is the museum was an actual subway station, it used to be the Court Street station and it didn't have a long run in service as a station only ten years April 1936-June 1946. The Court Street station was built along nearby station Hoyt-Schermerhorn Sts by the Independent subway system built by the Board of Transportation.
|City Hall Station is a New York City Hidden Jewel|
Since the station was near other subway stations it never had a big ridership resulting in its closing shortly. Any true New Yorkers or Brooklyn natives probably notice that the Hoyt-Schermerhorn station has abandoned tracks, the reason for this is those tracks led to the Court Street station/ The subway station was closed for 30 years. During those years the station was used as a subway set for movies. In 1976 the New York City Transit Exhibit was open for the Bicentennial celebrations. The Transit Authority had been saving a couple of older train cars in hopes of a future museum. Other available items, like a collection of trolley and elevated car models, were set up in the large station mezzanine. Admission was one subway token. It was billed as temporary, but it has continued to the present day, now as the Transit Museum.
|Using tokens to go through the turnstile|
|Feeling like its 1995 fire hydrant with four nozzles|
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