There are buildings around New York City that don't seem to fit in. These massive and windowless buildings are hiding incredible secrets.
The Union Square subway station's curved platform has caused problems for years, so why is it curved and what has the MTA had do to fix it?
The Midtown and Queens subway lines pass through some of the busiest and oldest stations in the whole system and are where you can find everything from art, abandoned history, and the relics of different generations in the city.
C. B. J. Snyder's story could answer the question: why do some New York City schools look like cathedrals and others look like prisons?