New York City’s Number 7 Flushing Line in the Afternoon—12 Photos.

The old IRT Flushing line is the first train-ride that I recall.

My dad brought me on this run before I was taking photos.

I made these images last week using my Lumix LX7.

New York City’s Number 7 Flushing Line’s curving undulating elevated structure offers a multitude of angles.

In the evening rush-hour, Flushing trains run at very short intervals, with outbound expresses using the middle track.

Court Square, Queens.
Court Square, Queens.

For my money, the number 7 remains one of the coolest transit lines in the City. (And not just because of the photography! The AC actually works on some of the cars.)

Outbound express on the middle track at 46th Street and Bliss.
Outbound express on the middle track at 46th and Bliss Streets.
Tail-end of the outbound express at 46th Street.
Tail-end of the outbound express at 46th Street.
A view of the Flushing Line from the Long Island Rail Road platforms at Woodside in Queens.
A view of the Flushing Line from the Long Island Rail Road platforms at Woodside in Queens.
Woodside.
Woodside.
Older cars at 52nd Street.
Older cars at 52nd Street.
View from the back of the train at 52nd street.
View from the back of the train at 52nd street.
46th and Bliss Streets.
46th and Bliss Streets.

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Court Square.
Court Square.
Court Square.
Court Square.

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Tracking the Light posts every day!

 

One thought on “New York City’s Number 7 Flushing Line in the Afternoon—12 Photos.”

  1. All those wonderful metal structures – terribly 19th century, but still doing the job in the 21st.

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