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The NY Train Project allows people to “travel one of New York’s often overlooked treasures, the New York City subway.”

Art director/designer Adam Chang created the online gallery of tiles in subway stations after noticing the intricate details of the signs. 

According to the project’s website, he has spent 20 hours riding and waiting on trains, swiped his card nine times and covered 118 stations. 

"I hope this gallery can serve as not only a tribute to the history of the subway stations but also as a quick guide to getting around New York via the MTA," writes Chang. 

(h/t to Transportation Nation)

Lauren Katz 

May 15, 2014 / 70 notes


All aboard! Designer Adam Chang’s NY Train Project is an interactive online gallery of the signage inside 118 subway stations in Manhattan. Take it for a ride:

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NY Train Project

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NY Train Project is a personal project that I’ve been working on slightly just over a year. It’s an illustrated tribute to the New York subway station signs. This first roll out includes all 118 stops in Manhattan. 

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