Daily Link Fix: Amazing Cartoon Map Tablecloth from 1950s; See How Subway Cars Are Built

Posted On Thu, October 2, 2014 By

Posted On Thu, October 2, 2014 By In Daily Link Fix

  • You never step foot in a fast food joint (right? RIGHT?!), but for those times when it’s an emergency and you need that greasy, fried goodness I Quant NY reported on the cleanest fast food chain in the city, so you can at least eat some grub that wasn’t dropped on the floor first.
  • Continuing on our food journey, The Village Voice rounded up the 10 iconic New York foods and where to find them.
  • Why aren’t the souvenirs from NYC as great as this cartoon tourist map tablecloth Scouting NY‘s aunt got in the 50s?! Check out the old Madison Square Garden building (closed in ’68).
  • Ever wanted to see a brand, spankin’ new subway car before it becomes a hub of germs, dirt and mysterious stains? Business Insider gets an exclusive look at how and where they’re built. We wonder if it has that new (subway) car smell…

Images: Tourist tablecloth map by Nick Carr for Scouting NYC (L); Inside a new subway car by Christian Storm for Business Insider (R)

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