Brooklyn Transit Museum

A few weeks ago I visited the New York City Transit Museum to take photos of the old subway cars, machines and so many amazing vintage signs. It was a beautiful day out and one of my favorite human beings and photographers took me for a tour of the museum.

While it may be on the small side, the museum is packed with history of the New York City transit system. The location is in a 1936 subway station and has rotates different vintage subway cars that date back to the early 1900s. When you step back and look at the history from elevated rails to subway tunnels, its truly amazing that this system we take for granted was even able to be built.

There is something extremely beautiful about old machines, technologies and tools – especially when there is also a veneer of decay or rust. If you are in NYC and have a few hours to spend in Brooklyn, you really should go visit and take a walk back in history!

[envira-gallery-dynamic id=”tags-NYCTransitMuseumPost”]

Photo Location: NYC Transit Museum

[wp_mapit_map id=”10540″]

Sharing is Caring

Related Posts

OWASP Security - three monitors one malicious choose well

More OWASP fun with ChatGPT

Continuing to mess around with my research into things I can do with the ChatGPT-4 Large Language Model and training developers on some basics of the OWASP Top 10 secure

Read More »
Barcelona Fountain Cherubs

Barcelona Cherubs

Barcelona Fountain Cherubs An image from a trip to Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain earlier in 2015 while in the city for business. The walk from the office to my hotel was through

Read More »
Sunset over the Pocono Mountains (Albrightsville, PA)

Sunset over Albrightsville

Sunset photos from 100 Feet over Albrightsville Still getting the hang of the Phantom 3 – as well as third party applications. Tonight it finally stopped threatening to rain, and

Read More »