Making All Stops: New York City Subway Photography, Volume One, 1970-1976 Book
This book is a celebration of the subway, the stations and the trains that travel in all weather and at all times of day or night. Although a number of other photographers contributed their images to the book, transit employee Steve Zabel’s photographs dominate. Steve Zabel was an avid photographer of the subway as well as a New York City Transit employee for over 20 years, documenting New York and the subway system in a way that only “insiders” would know. For those people who love trains, transportation and cityscapes, this is a must-have book.
Paperback; 120 pages
|What's the Story||New York's first subway line opened in Manhattan on October 27, 1904 with 28 stations. The route traveled approximately nine miles from City Hall north to Grand Central Station, then west to Times Square and up the West Side to 145th Street. Today, the subway system has grown to 468 stations connecting neighborhoods across the city.|