One of the first things I did upon arriving was to meet up with a few new yorkers in Brooklyn Heights at the New York Transit Museum. In all my New York travels I had never even heard of this place, and it was so cool. It is a museum all about the history of the subway, and better yet, it is located inside a historic 1936 subway station with old historic faregates and trains and all sorts of other neat things to poke and sit on.
Here is the thing - I don't even hardly want to blog about the museum because brigham took such better photos than I did and will probably have much more interesting things to say about the experience once he gets around to blogging about it.
But there are a few pictures that he doesn't have that I feel pretty okay sharing. I don't know if it is the ridiculous NYC heat or if Brigham always acts this way when there is a pole in the room, but the historic train cars got a bit of a show.
(And then he walked away as if he were all confused about what had just happened.)
Not to be upstaged, Collin did a little transit gymnastics himself.
Please never let anyone tell you that public transit is not a fun and sexy time.