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A Number One train arrives in the newly restored South Ferry subway station in New York on re-opening day Tuesday, June 27, 2017. The restored station was closed after catastrophic damage by Superstorm Sandy with an estimated 15 million gallons of water flooding the terminal which cost $545 million and was only open three years. The $340 million in repairs were finished today nearly five years after Superstorm Sandy. In the interim the Number One train used the quirky old South Ferry loop which only accommodated the first five cars of a ten car train.  (© Richard B. Levine)
A Number One train arrives in the newly restored South Ferry subway station in New York on re-opening day Tuesday, June 27, 2017. The restored station was closed after catastrophic damage by Superstorm Sandy with an estimated 15 million gallons of water flooding the terminal which cost $545 million and was only open three years. The $340 million in repairs were finished today nearly five years after Superstorm Sandy. In the interim the Number One train used the quirky old South Ferry loop...
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