Monday, March 2, 2009

4/5 Trains - Wall St. (Day 2, stop #100)

Out:  at the corner of Wall St. and Broadway, Trinity Church is right on the corner.  This building is extremely important for New York history, and it’s heartening that it’s still standing in light of so much other development around here.  

Almost everyone on the street look like working stiffs trying to make their way home after a long day.  There are also a few tourists mixed in.  The canyoning effect of the tall buildings means I don’t see too much sun at this point in the afternoon.

In:  There are lots of people with blackberries.  There is a mix of marble/imitation marble in the pink below green tiling on wall; haven’t seen that elsewhere.  There is only one platform and one track on each side.