I'm slick. I notice a lot more men than women in this car.
I switched traincars at the Pershing Square stop and find more women in this traincar. I also start to notice their footwear.
For many, the footwear of choice are stylish flats
The lady in the back has brown wedges on- wedges give you the height of a heel but the surface area of a flat so its like the best of both worlds.
A women after my own choice in heels....
I then see this woman with gorgeous black satin slingbacks, Kate Spade style, delicate and a thick but high 3" - 3 1/2"heel.
Classic, sophisticated and sensible.
I often get criticisms that heels are not transit friendly due to the stairs, and the sheer nature of transferring from platforms with cracks/gaps to moving train cars. With the right choice, anyone can master it in heels!
There she goes!
Adios my shoe soul twin.
Whoa! Packed train!
Peeking across the platform at the 7th and Fig station seeing the train to Union Station filled to the brim!
Another packed train car to Union Station
I was able to catch another picture of a different train car while we were stopped at 7th and Fig. Folks are literally packed into the train car going to Union Station after work! Aren't you glad you used Dial? Don't you wish everyone else did?
Oops! Missed my stop!
Somehow I stopped paying attention to the stations and realized we were leaving the Hollywood/Western station heading to the Hollywood/Vine station.
Lots of folks at the Hollywood/Vine station
Waiting to get back on the train to go back to the Vermont/Sunset station since I wasn't paying attention and missed my stop.
Not packed but still lots of folks
For a mid week evening, the train to Union Station was rather full. Glad to see folks are using it even in the non-peak hours.