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by Anna Brones. Posted Feb 26th 2014 04:13 PM
Continue ReadingOften referred to as ghost stations, some travelers obsess over tracking down abandoned subway stations. Subway networks around the world have stations there were cut off from service or never used at all, it's just a matter of finding them. Here are five cities with plenty of options for the abandoned metro-station hunter.
by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Dec 6th 2013 11:36 AM
The Bourbon Trail, Alexander Supertramp and Charles Barkley on the NYC subway are among today's points of interest:
by Zach Everson. Posted Nov 21st 2013 10:00 AM
Continue ReadingTwenty-four kilos of gold found in an Indian airplane's toilet, 21 ways to suck at riding the subway and the manliest ski chalet in the French Alps are today's points of interest:
by Libby Zay. Posted Dec 29th 2010 10:32 AM
For some travelers who got stuck during the nightmare snowstorm, the airport was just the beginning of the long journey home. One New York couple tells of a 14-mile trek from their airplane at Kennedy Airport to the door of a Brooklyn apartment that took 18 hours.
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