Yep so here’s a memory that happened when I was 6-9 years old which I relived today, The last stop for D Trains from Norwood-205th Street was 34th Street Herald Square. As an alternative to Coney Island Brooklyn take the F, N and Q Lines. I remember when they did this as part of the Manhattan Bridge rehab from July 2001 To February 2004 as a full shutdown, the W Train was the West End via Broadway (Which West End was originally the B Train via 6th Avenue) and the D Train Line before the shutdown in 2001 was the Brighton Line. I remember the first day when the Manhattan Bridge changes occurred on the (B) And (D) Lines with both lines having its southern terminal as 34th Street in 2001, the (B) Train no longer ran on weekends (Still present to this day), I rode the (D) Train ending at 34th Street on its first day with my dad when I was 6 years old, rode the new Broadway (Q) Train and the brand new Train. Was fun times. I remember the (D) Train had that Southern terminal rollsign with it saying 34th Street-Herald Square. And yes the (D) Did used Westinghouse R68 Subway Cars as well as today in the present.
Taken on 9/27/2014
I also remember the ORIGINAL Grand Street Shuttle Train which ran between Broadway Lafayette Street and Grand Street only before extending it to West 4th Street in December 2001. The Grand Street Shuttle used R46 Subway Cars (4 Car Sets). But today it ended up using the R68 Subway Cars From The D Train which wasn’t surprising. I was able to photograph these reliving the times I’ve had when I was a little boy. It was fun reliving these stuff again
Taken on 9/27/2014
Well Thanks for reading viewers
Yep so I’ve decided to photographed the Manhattan Bridge Tonight which went good.
Hey everyone it’s been awhile since I uploaded a YouTube because of this project I’ve been working on called “The Daniel Smith Project”. The Daniel Smith Project is a huge photography/video project all about Daniel Smith adventures, photography, traveling, railfanning and much more. With that said here’s the following info this project contains
Part 1 – The Wonderful NYC Subway (Daniel Version)
Part 2 – Favorite Places
Part 3 – Undecided
Part 4 – Undecided
This video is The Daniel Smith Project Part 1 “The Wonderful NYC Subway (Daniel Version). Daniel basically does his number 1 thing that interest him other than photography which is the New York City Subway System. He basically travels through great NYC Subway routes and station including the Old Brooklyn Bridge Station and the Westinghouse R68 (D) Train via Local. With that said here’s part 1 from the Daniel Smith Photography Productions (Westinghouse R68 (D) Train Productions. 2014 (c)
Now in case no one knew, Daniel Smith Photography has a facebook fanpage where updates and stuff on his photography will be posted. So for those who wants to see updates to my photography, please come on down and like my wonderful fanpage. Thanks
Here’s the full story on how “Daniel Smith Photography Productions” started so sit back and relax
It all started in 2002 (7 Years Old) when my interest of the NYC Subway was still growing, I started to visit those NYC Subway fan page websites such as ttmg.org and nycsubway.org which contained a lot of subway photos as well as looking at the old SubwaySpot.com and nycrail.com (Which has vintage 1990s photos). It got me into doing Joy Train riding which was fun and exciting for me and every year, I would try to explore and learn new stuff. But I felt like something was missing when I did those trains but WHAT? I needed to record these adventures with pictures and to do pictures I needed a CAMERA. When the new R160s (New Technology Subway Cars) were being delivered, It gave me the opportunity to photography trains including the old subway cars that were going bye bye for good. And from that point on that change the shape of me. It wasn’t until late 2008 I got my real non cheap digital camrera “Insignia” and then in early in 2009, the Nikon L18. When I got the Nikon L18 that changed a whole lot out of me. I grew a larger appreciation of photographing trains (Especially 2009-2010) and I learned more about improving photos and stuff. Around mid 2010, after I’ve gotten my first DSLR, I started doing photographs of nature and parks and sometimes beaches and people. The nature walks (Which I still do today) is good and relaxing for photos including Central Park. Today in the Present, I’m still learning ALOT more photography (There’s no such thing as never learning), And I’m trying to get into photography when I finish High School. Photography is something I will NEVER Leave.