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34st Hudson Yards Garbage Magnet Traditional Geocache

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Geocache Description:

Close to the Jacob Javits Center, and a park that is being constructed, and this new subway station, is a magnetic nano.  When replacing, please put inside, on the top front corner, not the side or rear where it can get knocked out by garbage. Please short initial only. Log is on here. Please if convenient, bring a small bag to empty any trash in there. Thanks.

34th Street – Hudson Yards is a New York City Subway station in Manhattan's West Side on the IRT Flushing Line, and is the western (railroad south) terminus for the 7 trains. It has two tracks and one island platform, with two levels of mezzanines—one directly above the platform, the other directly below street level.

The station, originally part of the city's bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics, was first scheduled to open in summer 2012. When London was chosen for the Olympics, the opening date was pushed to December 2013. In 2011, the opening was postponed to June 2014, pending the completion of the escalators and elevators in the station. After a series of delays involving escalator, elevator, and fire and safety systems, the station finally opened on September 13, 2015. The 34th Street station is the first completely new station in the New York City Subway system since 1989, as well as the first such station funded by the government of New York City since 1950.

The new construction, part of the city's and the MTA's master plan for the Far West Side, extended the IRT Flushing Line west from Times Square to Eleventh Avenue, then south to 34th Street. It was originally proposed as part of the failed attempt to build the West Side Stadium for the New York Jets and the city's bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Although the stadium plan was rejected by city and state planning agencies, the 7 Subway Extension plan received approval to move ahead, as New York political leaders wanted to see the warehouse district west of Eighth Avenue and north of 34th Street redeveloped as part of the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project, and subway service was to be an essential part of that effort. The extension also serves the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, which was expanded in 2008–14 and is located just half a block away from the station entrances.

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