Most people would guess New York.Good one, AdamALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > <3 > < } } ( ° >> < 3 3 3 ( ' >
Me too! I would have said New York, too. Art guessed Boston. Sheesh!
Oh, I never knew that :)
Are you sure it's not Dallas? ;)
Great piece of engineering considering more than 100 years ago !
I'd prob guess ny too
Hmm? Didn't know that.
A great way to get around!
1890s Boston had one, but we still don't. WTH?
I definitely would have thought New York. But, then I did a little research of my own. They had the first subway which smelled like vomit.
Wouldn't have guessed boston
sadly, we don't have it here even in the 21st century :(
This surprises me. I would have thought New York was the first.
I actually new that! Yay me! But it is just because I was in Boston lat summer and used the subway :)
OMG!! that's a looooong time ago!http://www.dontcallmefashionblogger.com/2013/07/pamboo-sunglasses.html
That's interesting.Down here we don't have such a train, no passenger trains on this island. We have trains though.
Interesting! Have a great Monday, Adam.
It looks indeed very old.Greetings,Filip
I'd like to ride the subway some day. Just once though, to for the experience.
when i road the subway it felt like a sauna in nyc. in chicago i didn't dig it much either.