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New York City Subway, 1946. Photo by Stanley Kubrick. The subway-riding experience hasn't changed at all except for the outfits.

“Life and Love on the New York City Subway” by Stanley Kubrick, 1946 (Seriously dudes? Offer a lady your seat on bus/train).

New York subway in the 1970s / 1980s

New York subway in the 1970s / 1980s

A nice collection of photographs about the New York subway in the with images by photographers Martha Cooper, Bruce Davidson, Richard Sandler and

new yorkers rush hour 1950s -

Ralph Crane - A crush of straphangers crowds a subway car in Manhattan,

Segregated ward for women at the city prison in New Orleans, Louisiana, 1963

Leonard Freed Women’s Prison, New Orleans, Louisiana 1965 “The more ambiguous a photograph is, the better it is. Otherwise, it would be propaganda.

Reading, New York City, June 1962.Photo by Ernst Haas (via updownsmilefrown)

1962 A man sitting on a Plymouth car and reading a book in New York City. (Photo by Ernst Haas/Ernst Haas/Getty Images)

I LOVE HOW IT HAS DONT WALK IN THE BACKGROUND - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdNjqN_7tXs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rbMt2-U7TU

I LOVE HOW IT HAS DONT WALK IN THE BACKGROUND - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdNjqN_7tXs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rbMt2-U7TU

Underground: Even millionaire Bernard F. Gimbel, centre, knew that the subway was the quickest way around Manhattan, and rode it to save time

Accordion players, packed cars and fare-dodgers: Black and white pictures show New York commuters in the 50s and 60s... but has it really changed that much?

NYC subway - Department-store titan Bernard F. Gimbel rides the subway, (Eliot Elisofon—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

New York City subway, 1953

New York City subway, 1953 2

Underground Scene: 21 Amazing Black and White Photographs Document New York's Subway Commuters From the Century

Captured.

I like how interesting the camera angle and shot type is able to make something so mundane seem so vivid. This filming through a window could be a good way to get down the mundane nature of the montage without being too boring in the visuals.

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