Subway Lines at 14th Street and 6th Ave Reflect Modern Despair


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In the summer of 2010, the Manhattan Transit Authority repainted the subway signage at 6th Avenue and 14th Street to reflect the addition of the M train to that station. But nobody really stepped back to check out how “F M L” would read to people walking by on the street. Or maybe they just had no idea what that acronym stands for in the modern vernacular.

 

FML Subway

Updated April 2019:

This Ad for the movie Little seems to fit right in!

FML Subway

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