A public transportation experience in NYC is full of sights, sounds and smells (you really don't want to know what that is). You may stumble upon a group of Subway musicians or dancers that have you wondering why are these people underground and not on some sort "Got Talent" show already? Or mesmerized and slightly grossed out with the antics of Pizza Rat. During a quick trip to visit family in NYC last week, a stop on the F train revealed a David Bowie takeover of the Broadway Lafayette and Bleecker Street subway stop. Check out the photos I took of this celebration of David Bowie, a NYC adopted resident, as it promotes the David Bowie Is exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum. In conjunction with the Bowie Takeover this subway stop was selling David Bowie MetroCards. There were 250,000 cards printed. Some of the cards are now reselling online for well beyond their original $5.50 price. More than 100 auctions on eBay list single or multiple cards with prices ranging from $14.99 to $190!!
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