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Can you imagine men and women ALL wearing vintage business attire with formal hats and polished shoes?
Ever wondered why they would have put a stop just 5 streets from 96th Street to begin with? New York City is quite a different place from what it was in 1999 and evidence of habitation has clearly been removed from this station, based on these photos published on Under City Sun in March of this year.
I remember seeing that station as I’d go by it on the way to visit my grandparents as a kid. Today the New York City Subway system celebrates 107 years of operation and continues to be one of the busiest mass transit systems in the world with 486 stations in operation.

At the time, the 10 blocks between 86th Street and 96th Street was considered too far of a distance between subway stops. Were you guys on the LandmarkWest tour this past weekend, where John Tauranac mentioned the closed 91st St.
As the city grew, so did the Subway system, and in the process of keeping pace, some stations had to be completely abandoned. But with a 200 foot platform, the station was retired in 1959 for similar reasons as the abandoned Worth Street and 18th Street stations.
There was enough of it to confuse future archeologists, whose job, it suddenly occurred to me, is not only to dig up the past, but also to scrape the rubble of squatters from that of the great civilizations whose abandoned homes squatters made their own.

With one entrance to the 96th Street station just 100 feet from 93rd Street, there wasn’t much use for the 91st Street stop anymore.

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