If you ride the 6 train to the end of the line and get off at the Brooklyn Bridge stop, you're missing out on something incredible. As the train loops around to go back uptown, it passes through an abandoned and beautifully preserved City Hall station from 1904. huh, kinda cool!
At the south end of Centre Street, directly under New York City Hall, is the City Hall Loop and its abandoned station, which was the southern terminus of the original IRT subway line. Closed since 1945.
This is an abandoned subway terminal in New York City. The architecture of the terminal has been perfectly preserved. Read the entire article http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/11/10/the-hidden-abandoned-city_n_781669.html#s179134
The Long Abandoned City Hall Subway Station in New York | The City Hall station was meant to be the crown jewel in the city’s new subway system. It was opened in 1904 as the southern terminal of the Manhattan Main Line (which is now part of the IRT Lexington Avenue Line). Located beneath the public area in front of City Hall, the station has always been considered the most beautiful in the city. | via odditiesoflife/abandonedporn and neil-gaiman
CITY HALL SUBWAY STATION | MANHATTAN | NEW YORK CITY | USA: *New York City Subway* Deep under old New York, lies abandoned platforms, train tracks and entire train stations. Some, maybe glimpsed by passengers on some lines, others lay hidden behind doors or flights of stairs. The most startling, is the terminal which rests beneath City Hall Park, an opulent and beautiful show-piece, but deserted and largely forgotten since the 1940s
NY I will return and see this! CITY HALL SUBWAY STOP.“If you ride the 6 train to the end of the line and get off at the Brooklyn Bridge stop, you’re missing out on something incredible. As the train loops around to go back uptown, it passes through an abandoned and beautifully preserved City Hall station from 1904.The city closed the station in 1945.