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DC: The Metro


When I think of the DC Metro, I immediately think of two things: the hypnotic texture of the huge cavernous ceilings and the vertiginous depths of the escalator at Dupont Circle.


While the stations lack the individual personality of the New York system, its consistency and freakish cleanliness seems to match the streets of Downtown DC.

(Thanks to Gadling for using the escalator photo as yesterday's POTD as well as plugging the blog - welcome readers!)

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