NYC’s subway system mapped by Instagram hashtag

TRD WEEKEND EDITION /
Jan.January 21, 2017 05:30 PM

Next stop #Robertas. Thanks to Parisian architect Jug Cerović we now know that the Christopher Street stop on the 1 train is #sexandthecity and that Houston Street 1 station is #cronut. That’s because Cerović figured out the most popular Instagram hashtag for each station in Manhattan — and some of Brooklyn. 

There are definitely some oversights and some of the most popular searches seems a bit stale. That’s because the data is from 2014. Instagram has since restricted their data, according to 6sqft, so unfortunately you won’t be seeing another map like this with fresher references. Still, it’s pretty funny. Check it out below.

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