New York City Transit Authority: Objects


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Over 400 objects tell the story of the NYCTA: the company that manages New York City's public transportation; from paper maps to security patches, from subway tickets to linemen's gloves. New York City Transit Authority: Objects, is a 350+ page volume documenting the collection of Brian Kelley, a Brooklyn-based photographer with a passion for subway archaeology. Kelley began collecting MTA MetroCards in 2011, and soon began picking up any object related to the history of the legendary underground line, composing an enormous archive of urban artifacts dating back to 1850. This massive catalog, published by Standards Manual, tells the story of NYC from a fresh perspective, exploring 150 years of history through dusty artifacts and time-worn documents. Size: 26 x 26 cm

  • Pages: 356
  • Language: English
  • Release year: 2017
  • Produced in: USA

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