Photo courtesy of Eric Hodgson
Caption courtesy of www.Minimus.biz
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Tagged as American Airlines, Grand Central, New York, Photo of the day, photos, Subway, Times Square
After hours of scraping…all the chewing gum was gone.
42nd Street Shuttle? I thought this was the Kennedy Shuttle!
The most frequent question you hear on the shuttle from Tourists – “Which stop do we get off at?”
BTW, that is the 42nd Street Shuttle (S Train) running between Time Square and Grand Central.
Wow! I’ve never seen such a clean subway in NYC!
Riding that train, high on cocaine…
Due to the new TSA rules, American Airlines is moving into the subway business
“Something special in the air, errr and on the rails.”
My fave! (So far)
Notice the empty platform? In Midtown Manhattan? Stop waiting for the doors to open. This train isn’t running. Try again later.
Where carriers go when they can’t get more gates at LaGuardia
Rush Hour the morning after New Year’s Eve!
AA is sporting their throwback uniforms this week!
Some Blackcherry in my Goldfrapp Martini on the Train and I feel like I was born sleeppy in an underworld listening to Lou on a Perfect day. But before I could to some relaxing Cloudspotting. I had to be Trainspotting through time with Brian Eno until we reached the deep blue day on the horizon.
“It may be a long trip to LAX, at least there’s no pat-down.”
A clash. This is a Train in Vain !
American Airlines announces its new route from Times Square with service to Grand Central, with 200 daily departures.
Coach class just isn’t what it used to be…
We still get the 500 miles minimum, right?
too bad I forgot to pack the beano….
I know the 757 has a lot of doors, but this is ridiculous.
Contract Negotiations have been Suspended until Further Notice, That is All…
Due to the economy, American will now be launching their new subway service in hopes of meeting the public’s demand for cheap fares.
You are now free to move about the subway.
When Time Stood Still…
’twas the night before Christmas
and all through the air
many people were flying,
but Santa was not there.
Old St. Nick steadied himself
as the Subway sped away
once again the Airlines had failed him;
he’d been bumped off standby today.
Now this is… forward-thinking advertising! Great idea, AMR! Wonderful ad campaign.
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