What is a 3rd Ave. El?
It’s the elevated train that used to run up and down Manhattan until the mid-1950’s, when it was decommissioned and turned into scrap metal.
Despite this, you can still experience the trip through New York City that vanished over half-a-century ago, not only from the overhead view of the train window, but through the actual neighborhoods and with the authentic people who road it daily.
For the soundtrack, a sprightly rendition of Haydn’s Concerto in D for Harpsichord is accompanied by all of the real sounds of a metropolitan elevated subway trip.
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