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For any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. Impulse is conveniently located in the heart of Manhattan, commonly known as "The Flatiron District" or "Union Square".
109 years ago on October 27, 1904, the New York City Subway was opened to an enthusiastic public with great fanfare and accolades. New Yorker’s were proud of this engineering sensation and its features were highlighted in newspapers and magazines around the world.
15.  There were 48 stations on the entire system, 33 underground, 11 on viaducts, three partly on the surface and partly underground and one partly on the surface and partly on a viaduct. This entry was posted in History, New York and tagged 1900s, Construction, IRT, New York History, New York World, Subway, Union Square on October 27, 2013 by Max. You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). It is your responsibility to verify the source license of the photo, read the license, and use responsibly.
The Flatiron building, famous for looking like a turn of the century flatiron and one of the first "skyscrapers" is only 9 blocks away.

Mary Miss brought back these old artifacts throughout the station, along with red frames with messages in them. With articles describing many aspects of the subway, the special issue compiled a list of 100 facts about the subway. In 1894 the people of New York voted to create a tunnel for a subway which was to be owned by the city. McDonald proposed to construct the tunnels for $35 million with an additional $2,750,000 for station sites, terminals and other incidentals.
The IRT had the privilege of operating the system for 50 years, with an option for a 25 year renewal. The starting gait speed of the trains would be twenty-five miles an hour for express trains and fifteen miles an hour for local trains. McDonald estimated that when the subway was fully functional it could carry 200 million people per year.
Even closer is "Union Square" where most subway lines meet, surrounded by a beautiful park and fine restaurants. After six years of preliminary work by the Rapid Transit Commission, bids were accepted to build and operate the subway on November 15, 1899.

Another company within this company, the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) was organized to operate the subway. When the subway passed into the hands of the people, the equipment was to be purchased by the city at a valuation to be determined by arbitration. Historically the park has been the start and end point for many political demonstrations since the early 1800s.
It is the site of the first Labor Day celebration, where on September 5, 1882 ten thousand workers paraded up Broadway and past Union Square, creating interest in the establishment of "unions". Union Square is bordered by the Flatiron District to the North, Gramercy Park to the East, Greenwich Village to the South, and Chelsea to the West.

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