What Does A New York Subway Station Smell Like?

The Internet blog Gawker releases an interactive map showing what each subway station in New York City smells like, complete with a legend distinguishing the occasional pleasant and usually not-so-pleasant smells found below.

"Created from reports sent in by Gawker readers, the map displays particular smells -- horrific and sublime -- encountered throughout New York's subway stations. Mouse over any station to see the station name, subway lines, and types of smells to be found there."

Thanks to Digital Journal

Full Story: New York City Subway Smell Map

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