Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Strike Commute

Here's some snaps I took with the digital camera during my strike mangled commute on 12/20/05 (click to enlarge any of 'em); The morning commute turned out to be better than the evening one -- it took 45 minutes to get into Penn Station last night, but only a 20 minutes to get out in the morning.

The LIRR corridor facing North, towards 34th Street. Normally, it would take you 60 seconds to traverse it. Tuesday Morning: 20 minutes as the crowd inched towards the escalators: 

As we got closer to the escalator, you get a better sense of the mass of people:

Half way up the escalator, looking back down:


Free of the crowd, I make my way thru Bryant Part to 42nd Street. Ahh, there's my building, with the sun glinting off the south face of it. 


Makes the whole commute worthwhile!


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Looks like a typical day in Seoul....

Posted by: Seoul Expat | Dec 22, 2005 1:46:40 AM

Not enough 'art deco' around......the last time I lived in NYC there was a sanitation strike; it stunk.....

Posted by: mhomefront | Dec 16, 2007 6:36:14 PM

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