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4K NYC Subway time lapse: Riding the Queens-bound 7 line

Experience the New York City subway — specifically the Queens-bound 7 line — from the train operator’s vantage point at the front of the train in this NYC subway time lapse from Dj Hammers. The total real time ride was 43m26s, which can also be seen here:

Watch more videos in the subway on this site, including how New York City’s subway technologies are being modernized and Meet the People Who Retrieve the Stuff You Drop On the Tracks.

via Gothamist.

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