If you missed the chance to visit the recent “Ghostbusters” headquarters recreation in Williamsburg, 6sqft has dug up a fun map that’ll provide a dose of movie nostalgia. The New York City Ghostbusters Service Map was created by print and product designer Anthony Petrie as a witty version of the subway map, complete with notable locations from the film like Hook & Ladder 8 in Tribeca, Holy Trinity Church, the Public Library, and 55 Central Park West where Dana’s apartment was. The subway lines spell out ECTO-1 and are titled as various particle beams, and stations stops are changed to names such as Destructor Drive, Clairvoyance Cove, Sanctum of Slime Street, and Who Ya Gonna Call Cul-De-Sac.
Petrie created the map in 2014 for the 30th anniversary of the film’s release. Though the prints are not currently available for purchase, we think this is the perfect accompaniment for the “Ghostbusters” reboot that’s set to hit theaters next month.
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