Making all Stops: NYC Subway Photography 1970 to 1976
Text(s) by O.S Funk
28 x 21.5 cm
Publisher: O.S Funk
Making all Stops: NYC Subway Photography 1970 to 1976 is a celebration of the subway, the stations and the trains that travel in all weather and at all times of day or night.
Although a number of other photographers contributed their images to the book, transit employee Steve Zabel’s photographs dominate. Steve Zabel was an avid photographer of the subway as well as a New York City Transit employee for over 20 years, documenting New York and the subway system in a way that only “insiders” would know. For those people who love trains, transportation and cityscapes, this is a must-have book.
"Despite the cover saying we cover the years of 1970 to 1976, there are a few other things we feature before the photos start the chronology. The main concept for the book is a tribute to a subway employee and a subway photo legend. If you never heard of him before, now you'll know. There are written tributes to Steve included then the photos start.Both books contain photos from his close friends who are also established photographers.We start with a section dedicated to Steve with personal photos of him over the years."