Under the busy streets of New York City rests a perfectly preserved monument to that city’s transportation history. The City Hall Subway Station was first constructed over 100 years ago, a part of New York’s earliest underground transport network. It was shut down in 1945, where it lay dormant and untouched until a one night public exhibition on the station’s centennial.
It’s scary, but now when I see somebody blush, my reaction isn’t: oh, how cute. A blush only reminds me how blood is just under the surface of everything.
Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters