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Morning commuters were able go through a new subway station in New York today for the first time since 1989. After years of delays, the 7 train extension finally opened, connecting Manhattan’s Far West Side to Times Square – 42nd St. The gorgeous (and glaringly clean) new station, designed by Dattner Architects, welcomed thousands of weekday commuters today, who gawked at the incline elevators, epic escalators, pristine floors and intricate mosaic artwork by Xenobia Bailey. Check out photos of New York City’s 469th subway station below.