No. 7 riders treated to stained glass murals

By Philip Newman As No. 7 trains pass through three successive elevated stations in Long Island City and Sunnyside, passengers seated on both sides of the cars are greeted with brilliantly colored glass murals of familiar Queens scenes ranging from the Mets and the Weeping Beech to Lunar New Year celebrations and Aqueduct racetrack. The […]

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The No. 7 ‘International Express’ Rolls Into History

It rises from the depths of downtown Flushing 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The red train — the No. 7 train — then takes its thirty minute journey past the Unisphere at Flushing Meadows-Corona park, through a multitude of nations in the communities of Queens. In Long Island City it descends below the […]

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