Funny Subway Photos

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Here’s your first funny photo taken from the subway. We saved the best for last so be sure to stick around for that one. You don’t want to miss it! Up next is something so strange you’ll just have to see for yourself.

Subway Facts: NYC operates the largest public transportation agency in North America and one of the largest in the world.

Could you imagine seeing this on the subway? You’ve probably seen some odd stuff on the subway but have you ever seen a car?

Subway Facts: The NYC subway has annual ridership of roughly 640 million.

Notice anything unusual here? This guy came up with this genius way to sleep while riding the subway. But maybe he’s just pulling our leg…

Subway Facts: The NYC subway has more than 6,400 subway cars!

Yep. That’s a raven riding the subway. Ravens are very smart birds. They can even imitate human speech. They’re also very playful.

Subway Facts: The NYC subway has more than 5,780 vehicles in their bus fleet, all 100% accessible to riders with disabilities.

How is this guy doing this? He must have some incredible leg strength. Do you think he’s really sleeping?

Subway Facts: NYC has 472 subway stations!

This guy know how to pull off a good prank. He printed out his own book on “How To Meet Women on The Subway” and reads it for everyone to see. This cracks us up.

Subway Facts: The NYC subway system has roughly 665 miles of track.

Just a normal day on the subway. Nothing to see here… We did however, save the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that! Up next is a photo more strange than the last.

Subway Facts: In 2020, the subway had a daily ridership of approximately 2 million.

Nothing to see here. Just a husky in tote bag. He looks like a happy boy!

Subway Facts: All of the top 10 busiest subway stations are in Manhattan.

Just a normal day on the subway. Yes. That’s a gerbil in a witches hat being led onto the subway…

Subway Facts: Times Square is the busiest station in NYC with more than 63 million riders per year.

Just a normal day on the subway. Nothing to see here… We did however, save the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that! Up next is a photo more strange than the last.

Subway Facts: Most of the stations in NYC were built before 1990.

Nothing to see here. Just six friends dress as Madeline from the kid’s books. Did someone lose a bet?

Subway Facts: NYC has the 7th busiest subway system in the world.

What a way to get your yoga or stretching in for the day! Two thumbs up and bent over backwards for multitasking. Coming up are more funny photos captured on the subway!

Subway Facts: On the NYC subway, putting your feet on the seat is a crime that cops can arrest you for.

Nothing to see here. Just three guys fully dressed as skeletons. Just your typical day on the subway.

Subway Facts: The deepest NYC subway stop is 180 feet below street level. The 191st Street station where the 1 train stops.

Nothing to see here. Just a creature unknown to science. Yep. Just a typical day on the subway.

Subway Facts: The Smith-Ninth streets station is the highest NYC station at 88 feet above street level.

Here’s a woman showing off some impressive yoga poses on the subway. When you have plenty of time to kill, why not work in some stretching to start your day.

Subway Facts: The first air-conditioned subway cars were introduced in June 1967.

This may not be the strangest creature you’ve ever seen on the subway but it sure is odd!

Subway Facts: The New York Pizza Connection is an economic principle which states that the cost of a ride on the subway matches the price of a sliced pizza. When one increases, the other tends to follow.

Nothing to see here. Just a human disguised as a plant. Yep. Just a normal day on the subway.

Subway Facts: NYC subway passengers named the D train the dirtiest line, while the L was the cleanest.

Yep. It’s that sintar about to swip his MetroCard. Let’s hope he doesn’t get caught in the closing doors.

Subway Facts: MetroCard swipes are tracked and have successfully been used as to acquit people accused of committing crimes.

If you’d like to stay anonymous while riding on the subway, simply wear your hair in front of your face, pop on a pair of glasses and you’re basically invisible.

Subway Facts: NYC’s first female subway conductor was hired in 1917.

Nothing to see here. Just Spiderman riding the subway. He must be out of webs.

Subway Facts: In 2008, 44 old subway cars were used to create an artificial reef by dumping them into the ocean off the coast of Maryland.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: The deepest subway station in the world is located in Kyiv. At a depth of 105.5 meters (346 ft) below the city.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: There is a secret train platform underneath the Waldorf-Astoria building in NYC.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: The NYC Metropolitan Transportation Authority will email or fax you a “late letter” if a train delay causes you to be late for work.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: The longest route in the NYC subway system is 31 miles. It goes from 207th Street in Manhattan to Far Rockaway in Queens.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: There are about 180 metro systems globally.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: The first underground subway line opened on October 27, 1904. The oldest elevated train line in the subway system opened in 1885.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: The NYC Metropolitan Transportation Authority does Nostalgia Train Rides each year where they drag old subway cars out of storage and have tea parties onboard.

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Subway Facts: The NYC 4 train was once nicknamed “Mugger’s Express.”

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Subway Facts: Most NYC subway lines built after 1913 were built by the New York City government.

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Subway Facts: Most rider injuries occur when are getting on or off the train.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: If all of the tracks that make up the NYC subway were laid end to end, they would stretch from New York to Chicago.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: NYC subway riders are allowed not allowed to take pictures with cameras that flash or with cameras that are on tripods.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: Only 60% of the NYC subway system is underground.

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Subway Facts: In NYC, the Astor Place station is reportedly haunted.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: From 1904 until 1948, people paid a nickel to ride the NYC subway.

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Subway Facts: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has run a music program in the subway since 1987. People must compete in order to be allowed to play music in a station.

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Subway Facts: By the time the first NYC subway opened, there were two private subway companies. The Brooklyn Rapid Transit Corporation and the Interborough Rapid Transit Company.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: In 1940, the two private systems were bought by the city of NYC.

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Subway Facts: Moscow’s metro runs a museum train and has a reputation for being among the prettiest in the world.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: The London Underground is the World’s oldest metro system. “The Tube,” began running in 1863.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: Tokyo has the world’s busiest subway system, it sees nearly twice as many riders as NYC each year.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: The NYC Subway almost never closes; the trains run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: There are only 129 open restrooms in 77 of NYC’s stations.

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Subway Facts: There are nine ghost stations in the NYC Subway system.

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Subway Facts: Moscow has the highest accuracy rate for train times (allegedly). The Moscow transport department claims their metro system has the highest accuracy rate in the world with 99.9 percent arrivals and departures on time.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: In 1979, a vigilante group know as the “Guardian Angels” used to patrol the subways to protect riders.

Nothing to see here. Just a normal day on the subway. We saved the best photo for last so be sure to stick around for that!

Subway Facts: In 1981, NYC subway cars were painted all white in an effort to stop graffiti. It didn’t work!