We've seen photos of New York's beloved L train being drained of flood water left over from Hurricane Sandy. Now the MTA has released video footage of workers toiling away to get the beleaguered line back up and running.
The work looks unglamorous. It's basically systematically testing electrical components from one end to the other. But at least we know the water is gone and things are progressing. Hipsters, your underground chariot's return is nigh. [MTA via YouTube via Brooklyn Magazine]