New York Before And After The Quarantine (24 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       18 Mar 2020       3959      

Commuters riding the subway on Jan. 23:

A completely empty 7 train car in Manhattan last Friday:

The always frenetic Times Square last November:

Times Square on Saturday, hardly a soul in sight:

The Rink at Rockefeller Center two years ago this month:

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The Rink last Saturday:

The Oculus in May 2019:

The Oculus, nearly empty, on Saturday:

Visitors lining up outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art last July:

The Met, temporarily closed due to the coronavirus, on Sunday:

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Apple Fifth Avenue, nearly always crowded with tourists and shoppers, in April 2015:

The store — closed for two weeks, along with all other Apple stores outside of the "Greater China" region — on March 12:

The TKTS Times Square ticket booth slammed with theatergoers in April 2016:

The TKTS counters on March 12, closed after all Broadway shows were suspended:

The room where it happens — aka the Richard Rodgers Theatre, where Hamilton is performed — on March 14, 2017:

It was very quiet uptown last Friday:

The Times Square–42nd Street subway station last June:

The eerily deserted station on March 13:

Central Park's Bethesda Terrace filled with visitors on a warm June day in 2017:

The terrace on March 14 (albeit a cooler day during the coronavirus pandemic):

New York's Grand Central Station, usually filled with commuters, in September 2017:

The Main Concourse on Monday, March 16:

And finally, the iconic, pedestrian-packed Brooklyn Bridge in September 2018:

And the bridge yesterday, far less crowded than usual:



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