2. New York Transit Museum Archives

One of Open House New York’s newly added sites, Brooklyn’s New York Transit Museum Archives harbors the most extensive collection of public transportation materials in the United States. From information about horse-drawn carriages and elevated railroads to our extensive subway system, it holds over 150,000 photographic prints and original negatives, 15,000 original drawings, books of administrative records/reports and thousands of other artifacts that all help to tell the story of mass transportation in New York City

The New York Transit Museum Archives is located in the Transit Authority building at 130 Livingston Street.