New York City MTA BEST & WORST Subway Stations: Chambers Street (J)(Z) & Abandoned City Hall Station

In JamesandKarla's MTA NYC SUBWAY: BEST & WORST SUBWAY STATIONS, we visit both the Chambers Street Station serving the J and Z train lines, which was voted the UGLIEST subway station in New York City and the ABANDONED CITY HALL STATION, the prettiest station in NYC and the original southern terminal station of the first line of the New York City Subway, built by the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) which first opened in 1904. The abandoned City Hall station also known as the City Hall Loop has not had passenger service since December 31, 1945 although the station is still used as a turning loop for the 6 train on the IRT Lexington Avenue Line.

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We are husband-and-wife architectural/interior photographers based in NYC. We started our video channel to act an artistic intervention to help raise awareness of the importance of small independently-owned businesses and the unique character these shops add to the streets and neighborhoods of New York City. In our videos we will showcase portraits of storefronts and shop owners in New York City & beyond and capture moments of city life that capture the spirit, energy and cultural diversity of individual neighborhoods. We also bring our dog, Hudson along whenever we can.

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