The early days of the New York City subway

BBC.com’s The early days of the New York City subway takes a historical look back on NYC subway’s beginnings as the Interborough Rapid Transit. The Interborough Rapid Transit, or IRT, which began operation on October 27, 1904 as a plush (and cheap) alternative to taking a cab. Up until 1948, a passenger could ride as far as they wanted for just 5 cents.

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Courtesy of bbc.com

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