Dumping Subway Cars To Create Artificial Reefs [Pics]

Dumping Subway Cars To Create Artificial Reefs [Pics]

Photographer Stephen Mallon captures the awesome sight of the MTA's popular program to dump old trains into the Atlantic to revitalize marine wildlife.

John Ryan
  • 18 april 2011

As w previously reported, the MTA has been donating subway cars to states along the Atlantic coast for use as artificial reefs. For the past few years, photographer Stephen Mallon has been hitching rides with the barges that carry stripped cars, 30-40 a load, and captured these awesome images of trains being dumped into the ocean.

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