New York Subway System

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  1. Cannonball

    Cannonball More Trains Than Brains

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  2. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Active Member

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    Since it would pretty much be completely invisible anyway, why would anyone want to? That would be like modelling the Chunnel.
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  3. rogerw

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    Just a guess but I bet after tim warris see this and finishes his bronx yard he might? It would take someone like him to pull it off. lol
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    rogerw Active Member

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    All ment with the outmost respect Tim
  5. MadModeler

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    No kidding! Hmm.

    I will say this, there's a strong possibility that a very sane man will be a mad man after this is modeled.sign1
  6. Renovo PPR

    Renovo PPR Just a Farmer

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    It only has 468 stations and covers 230 miles.
  7. TrainNut

    TrainNut Ditat Deus

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    That is an awesome map. I've been intrigued by subways and subteranean railways (current and abandoned) for quite a while but it all started with the tube when I took summer classes in London in '93. Neat stuff. Also, as an ex-cartographer, I can appreciate the work that went into the map as well.