Subway

Author: Christoph Niemann
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062066730
Size: 39.20 MB
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Subway from the Author: Christoph Niemann. A father. Two children. And more than 840 miles of track. What does it addup to? Something thrilling. Are you ready for Subway?

Down In The Subway

Author: Miriam Cohen
Publisher: Star Bright Books
ISBN: 9781932065244
Size: 19.24 MB
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Down In The Subway from the Author: Miriam Cohen. On a hot day on the subway, Oscar spies the "Island Lady," who proceeds to pull an island breeze, Caribbean foods, and even a steel drum band out of her bag to share with her fellow travelers.

Subway

Author: Larry Dane Brimner
Publisher: Boyds Mills Press
ISBN: 9781590781760
Size: 27.86 MB
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Subway from the Author: Larry Dane Brimner. Tours the various subway systems around the world, reviews how they were originally designed and built, and looks at how they are maintained and used in the present day.

Subway Adventure Guide New York City

Author: Kyle Knoke
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1629370770
Size: 57.39 MB
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Subway Adventure Guide New York City from the Author: Kyle Knoke. In Subway Adventure Guide: New York City, residents and tourists alike gain access to off-the-beaten-path adventures in a compact guidebook format and see the New York City that's not featured on postcards sold all over Manhattan. Each of the roughly three dozen end-of-the-line destinations spread out over New York City's five boroughs included in this easy-to-use guide, from restaurants and bars to landmarks and museums, are highlighted in great detail by authors Kyle Knoke and Amy Plitt—what to order, what to see, and how to get there. For even better exploring, each destination is organized by the more than 30 subway lines that run through the city, including handy maps with street names. From delighting in a little-known ethnic restaurant to admiring a local landmark, each adventure contained in this photo-packed pocket guide reveals a new hidden gem of the city. Van Cortlandt Park. Far Rockaway. Bay Ridge. Flatbush Avenue. Subway Adventure Guide: New York City takes you away from the tourist traps and closer to a genuine New York City experience.

The Great Society Subway

Author: Zachary M. Schrag
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421415771
Size: 23.21 MB
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The Great Society Subway from the Author: Zachary M. Schrag. Whether trying to avoid the crawl along the Belt, the horrendous parking situation, or the stress induced by the ludicrous and inadequate street marking, Marylanders, Virginians, and folks from the nation's capital eschew the car and hop the Metro. Here Zachary M. Schrag tells the story of the Great Society Subway, from its foundings through to modern day, from Arlington to College Park, from Eisenhower to Marion Barry.

Art And The Subway

Author: Tracy Fitzpatrick
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 0813544521
Size: 63.51 MB
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Art And The Subway from the Author: Tracy Fitzpatrick. Paintings, graffiti, photographs, and public art by Walker Evans, DONDI, Keith Haring, and others are featured in this visual representation of the New York subway system and the art it has inspired throughout the years.

Subway

Author: C. Calabres
Publisher: CECIL CALABRES
ISBN: 9781424145690
Size: 31.40 MB
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Subway from the Author: C. Calabres. A stroll on a New York subway platform in the dead of night seems like a good way for Joel Tinker to escape his decadent lifestyle. But he doesnat count on getting mugged and left on the rail bed for dead. Karen, the mysterious bag lady, finds Joel and hauls his nearly lifeless body to a side tunnel, where she nurses him back to health. After he recovers, Joel fights to keep from returning to the world where he was well-loved. Karen introduces him to another worlda]a world that fulfills his every desirea]and a love that far surpasses any that he has ever known. But fate is against him. He is forced, alone, back into the life he despises. But an old friend and some new friends are his only salvation.

Geronimo Stilton 13 The Phantom Of The Subway

Author: Geronimo Stilton
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 054539189X
Size: 23.22 MB
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Geronimo Stilton 13 The Phantom Of The Subway from the Author: Geronimo Stilton. Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another laugh is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love. When my sister Thea told me a ghost was haunting New Mouse City's subway tunnels, I knew I had to get the scoop for The Rodents Gazette! So I set off with Thea, Trap, and my assistant editor Pinky Pick. We soon discovered that Sally Ratmousen, the editor of The Daily Rat, was also on the trail of the mysterious ghost. But we were all in for the fright of our wee mouse lives... because the ghost turned out to be a CAT!

The New York City Subway System

Author: Ronald A. Reis
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1604130466
Size: 50.78 MB
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The New York City Subway System from the Author: Ronald A. Reis. Traces the history of the development of the New York City subway system at the beginning of the twentieth century.

The Fiddler In The Subway

Author: Gene Weingarten
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781439181607
Size: 41.80 MB
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The Fiddler In The Subway from the Author: Gene Weingarten. GENE WEINGARTEN IS THE O. HENRY OF AMERICAN JOURNALISM Simply the best storyteller around, Weingarten describes the world as you think it is before revealing how it actually is—in narratives that are by turns hilarious, heartwarming, and provocative, but always memorable. Millions of people know the title piece about violinist Joshua Bell, which originally began as a stunt: What would happen if you put a world-class musician outside a Washington, D.C., subway station to play for spare change? Would anyone even notice? The answer was no. Weingarten’s story went viral, becoming a widely referenced lesson about life lived too quickly. Other classic stories—the one about “The Great Zucchini,” a wildly popular but personally flawed children’s entertainer; the search for the official “Armpit of America”; a profile of the typical American nonvoter—all of them reveal as much about their readers as they do their subjects.