SOUTH FERRY SUBWAY TERMINAL REOPENS

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The South Ferry Terminal of the New York City subway is seen on its reopening day, Thursday, April 4, 2013. The station, a 1905 heavily curved loop station which could only accommodate the first five cars of the Number One train, created what is known as the "South Ferry Shuffle".  Passengers having to go through cars to the front. The new station which replaced this one in 2009 was severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy and will require several years to reopen hence the old station was brought back to life including its famous "moving platforms" or "gap fillers" as they are known. (© Richard B. Levine)
The South Ferry Terminal of the New York City subway is seen on its reopening day, Thursday, April 4, 2013. The station, a 1905 heavily curved loop station which could only accommodate the first five cars of the Number One train, created what is known as the "South Ferry Shuffle". Passengers having to go through cars to the front. The new station which replaced this one in 2009 was severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy and will require several years to reopen hence the old station...
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