/// Empty New York
There’s not a lot of evidence of Hurricane Sandy in New York City just yet — though if you look hard enough, you’ll see some disturbing signs . The storm is supposed to start hitting the city overnight, peak Monday night, and continue through Tuesday. Meantime, the most obvious effect is that almost everyone has gone home . So a city that thrives on density is now full of empty space. New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority , which runs the city’s subway system and other transportation lines throughout the state, shut everything down Sunday evening. Here’s what three of the city’s busiest transit hubs — Grand Central, Times Square and Penn Station — looked like last night. For more, see the MTA’s Flickr account .
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Empty New York
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