W/NW Subway
Old 03-29-2009   #1
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W/NW Subway

Here is one of the subway stations in Hong Kong. What about subway in your country?
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Old 03-29-2009   #2
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We do not have a subway system where I live. However, we do have light rail commuter trains. This is the arrival of the 9:23 TRE.

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Old 03-30-2009   #9
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I've actually been working on a D.C. Metro series for the past year or so. My whole Metro set can be seen on Flickr. Here's a couple:


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I took this with my father's camera coming home from the 1965 World's Fair. I was about an 11 year old child. He said" You're going to waste film, it won't come out, you can't take a picture in the subway without a flash.". I said "Yes, I can.", and he was angry with me for the whole ride. My father exposed maybe one roll of film every two years, and was very worried about "wasting" a frame. A birthday maybe got two shots, and the World's Fair got maybe five pictures. It took him another 6 months to finish this roll and I was able to see if my picture "came out".

The camera was a Zeiss Contaflex with a 2.8 Tessar. When he saw the picture, instead of complimenting me that my picture "came out", he said: "Why did you waste film taking a picture of people we don't know?".



I posted this once before, I think. This is the 1980's, pre-Guiliani NYC subway:


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Old 03-30-2009   #12
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Wow, thanks all for sharing. Got a lot for me to learn from.
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VERY nice images... thanks! Was the first one taken with digital or film? If film, what did you use? I really like the color saturation and clarity in that image. Thanks.
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One of the best escalator images I've seen. The third group of people on the left really makes this image stand out as 'different'. Thanks for posting it.
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Very nice... a lot of stories there.
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Subway -- Montana style.


Pedestrian subway once used by railroad workers who worked in locomotive repair shops.
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