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Empty Rockefeller Center
Photograph: Courtesy Instagram/@viennyc

Twenty photos of NYC's busiest places that are now completely empty

By
Shaye Weaver
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It's a ghost town out there.

With many NYC companies asking employees to work from home and with venues and museums close up over coronavirus fears, the city's streets, subways and transportation hubs are creepily empty.

Take a look at some of our most-traveled spaces that are now eerily quiet. 

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Rockaway Park

Central Park

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West Side Highway

Avenue of the Americas

Lexington Avenue

Times Square

Dumbo's Manhattan Bridge Instagram spot

Union Square Subway Station

Times Square

New York Public Library

Penn Station

Oculus

Chinatown

Madison Square Park

Grand Central Terminal

Times Square

Port Authority

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Coronavirus rush hour Port Authority 😷@panynj #coronavirusnyc @cbsnews @cnn @nbcnews

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Queensbridge Plaza Subway Station

Subways

Manhattan

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