Photo Feature: NYC Subway Stations

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Photo Feature: NYC Subway Stations

The W 191st Street Subway Station's graffiti tunnel is reflected in a puddle. (Juliet Altman/The Observer)

The W 191st Street Subway Station's graffiti tunnel is reflected in a puddle. (Juliet Altman/The Observer)

The W 191st Street Subway Station's graffiti tunnel is reflected in a puddle. (Juliet Altman/The Observer)

The W 191st Street Subway Station's graffiti tunnel is reflected in a puddle. (Juliet Altman/The Observer)

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This week, the Observer Photographers documented some of NYC’s 422 subway stations.  Some stations are indoors, some are outdoors, some are walled with mosaics, while some are lined with graffiti, but their unique differences are all photo-worthy.

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