The New York City subway system has been around for over 110 years.
Luckily, Google has an awesome collection of images taken from the New York Transit Museum that shows off what the old subway trains looked like, beautifully highlighting what riding the subway was like back in 1904.
From wood-paneled exteriors with ceiling fans to advertisements from the early 1900s, we’ve collected our favourite photos so you can travel back in time.
Note: Google Virtual Tour provided by Black Paw Photo.
The New York Transit Museum was actually created in a decommissioned underground station in Brooklyn.
Directional signs may not look like this today, but you'll still see the same information, just in a new style and font.
Car 1612 C was used to transport people to the 1939 World's Fair, which promised visitors a look at 'the world of tomorrow.'
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