1. good:

    In 2001, New York City had over 1,000 outdated subway cars on its hands. When they were first introduced in 1959, the old Redbird trains were gorgeous machines, but after four decades of service, it was time for the battered cars to be permanently retired. But rather than take them to a slag heap to be salvaged for scrap or crushed into little metal cubes, the city took 619 of the cars, stripped them of their windows and oily undercarriages, steam cleaned them, and then hauled the 20,000 pound metal boxes down to Delaware on a freighter ship. Then they dumped them all into the sea.


  3. "If you can’t whup it, go down."
    — J.R “Bob” Dobbs
  4. abandonedography:

    Dead End, Keith Alexander

  5. (Source: seinfeld, via fuckyeah1990s)

  6. the-overlook-hotel:

    Lisa and Louise Burns, who played the Grady twins in The Shining, visit their iconic dresses at the Stanley Kubrick Exhibit at the National Museum in Krakow, Poland.

  7. Old digger equation: [anything space] + [anything funk] = get that thing! #lunar #funk #vinyl

  8. nickdrake:

    Cheech and Chong.

    (via j4miemurphy)

  9. feast-of-friends:

    Jim Morrison on stage with The Doors in Portland, Oregon, 1967.

    (via pamelacourson)