My fascination with the NYC Subway system is never ending. It provides New Yorkers with nearly 6 million rides a day along almost 700 miles of track. The pulse of the city beats in its tunnels, and the soul of the city lives in its riders. It contains more than a hundred years of technology, architecture, and design. The Union Square station is a major hub, where three lines – the NRQW, the 456, and the L – all intersect on different levels. Here, the curving platform of the 456 is visible from the concourse above.
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