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Subway Lives: 24 Hours in the Life of the New York City Subway

Subway Lives: 24 Hours in the Life of the New York City Subway By Jim Dwyer Subway Lives Hours in the Life of the New York City Subway Graffiti wars murder childbirth and ritualistic chicken sacrifice it all happens on the New York subway if you watch long enough Dwyer follows several typical New Yorkers in one composite day as th

  • Title: Subway Lives: 24 Hours in the Life of the New York City Subway
  • Author: Jim Dwyer
  • ISBN: 9780517584453
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Subway Lives: 24 Hours in the Life of the New York City Subway By Jim Dwyer Graffiti wars, murder, childbirth, and ritualistic chicken sacrifice it all happens on the New York subway if you watch long enough Dwyer follows several typical New Yorkers in one composite day as they travel on the great electrified machine that keeps the Big Apple humming 24 hours a day.
    Subway Lives: 24 Hours in the Life of the New York City Subway By Jim Dwyer

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    One thought on “Subway Lives: 24 Hours in the Life of the New York City Subway

    1. Viridian5 on said:

      Having been published in 1991, Jim Dwyer s Subway Lives 24 Hours in the Life of the New York City Subway is the story of the big bad subway of the really bad times than what I ve been riding since 1996 It covers subway scenes from the lives of operators, token booth clerks, and the many and varied riders of the system as well as shards of history of the subway itself its origins, foundations, missed opportunities, broken promises, proponents, opponents, and misdirected monies The language can g [...]

    2. Trent on said:

      I thought a book about the NYC subway system in 1989 might be dated in 2016, but this turned out to be a delightful read Some things were recognizable today the parts that were dated for instance, describing the use and circulation of tokens to gain entry through the turnstiles were entertaining historical snapshots.

    3. Caroline on said:

      Well written, but the facts and statistics are outdated published in 1991 Without current information it s just a snapshot of an era of history I m not terribly interested in Wish there was an equivalent book written for today.

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