Category Archives: Rain Storm


Each day this week, to commemorate our fifth birthday, Trainjotting is publishing memorable posts from the past, grouped under a specific Seven Deadly Sin. Today’s sin is GLUTTONY. Previously ran August 2011. We commuters were gluttons for punishment that day. … Continue reading

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Foul Weather Friday

Ah, the great Fall of 2010 SuperSoaker. Seeing as The Missus had successfully driven me to the train yesterday morning, I looked out the window and considered my options. The drive offer was on the table, she said. It actually … Continue reading

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Stormy Monday

I got the paper around 8 a.m. and it seemed OK outside. I looked outside when I got out of the shower around 8:20, and it was dark. Little G had thought it would be fun to watch me shower, and … Continue reading

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Where Were You When the Great Rainstorm of 2007 Shut Down the Subway?

It was a year ago today that New York’s iconic transit system was crippled by a rainstorm that, at least to me, didn’t seem all that major as I set out for the train. From August 8, 2007: The Great … Continue reading

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