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The Abandoned Rochester Subway

What you’re looking at is the inside of the Abandoned Rochester Subway.

In 1956, Rochester, NY, shut down its subway station at 29 years old. The magnificent tunnel that crossed the city was then left abandoned, where it has since become home to some of the most amazing graffiti I have ever seen. This winter, I checked out both this and other areas of Rochester on some urban exploration trips. It was a good way to pass the time. Aside from urban exploration, winter break included hunting for internships and catching up with friends from high school. All in all, it was fairly relaxed — something much needed after the stress of last semester!

Now that 2011 is here, I realize my graduating is less than a year away. I don’t know how I feel about that, so for now I’m doing all I can to stay busy and keep my mind off it. Fortunately, staying busy at Fontbonne is never hard to do. Though the semester has just begun, I already have plenty of reading to do (it’s going to be a reading-intensive semester for this B.A. candidate, for sure).

FAB is in full swing already as well, which keeps me busier still. I’m really excited about our events this semester — you can see them as they get posted up on the FAB fan page on Facebook! Check it out!

I’ll wrap it up here for now — there’ll be plenty more in the future! Welcome back, everyone!

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Duane Foster January 31, 2011 at 6:58 pm

Hey how are you? where exactly is this abandoned station located in Rochester. It looks awesome and I would like to stop by and check it out to see first hand. The photo is magnificent and makes me want to see a little more. Thanx
Duane Foster

kevin May 21, 2011 at 6:57 pm

hello. I seen the picture of that old tunnel andi wud love to see tht art wrk. where in rochester is it located????

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