The 42nd Street Station on the 8th Avenue Line.



The Toei Ōedo Line by Sasha Popovic
Via Flickr:
The Toei Ōedo Line is a subway line in Tokyo, Japan, operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation. It commenced full operations on December 12, 2000; using the Japanese calendar this reads “12/12/12” as the year 2000 equals Heisei 12.

The Castle Hill Avenue Station on the No. 6 Line.


So the bad news is I’m still working and will need to work all night to finish this thing. The good news is I can do this from home, not at the office.

(The ugly news is since I’m at home I will almost certainly fall asleep before I finish this)

The 111th Street Station on the J and Z Lines.


All of the ads in London’s Clapham Common Tube station were once replaced with cat pictures. Funded by CATS (the Citizens Advertising Takeover Service), the stunt was intended to “inspire people to think differently about the world and realize they have the power to change it.” Source