Delancey Street Station is one of the busier subway train junctions in New York City. Its location in the downtown hipster haven of the Lower East Side makes it the jumping off point for commuters going back and forth between Manhattan and Brooklyn. The F Line and J,M and Z lines pass through the station, which sits under the intersection of Delancey and Essex streets. Recent renovations have brought artistic renewal to the station. Giant mosaics of fish and other sea creatures cover the walls on the Brooklyn-bound F Line platform. Pictured above are a pair of fish that we like.
Ivan Corsa Photo