Aper hit a wholecar in New York this morning that was spotting running on the JMZ line into Brooklyn coming off the Williamsburg Bridge.

Aper Wholecar Running in Brooklyn on JMZ Line

At dawn this morning, the above train ran across the Williamsburg bridge into Brooklyn, the sun rising behind like it was emphasizing how rare such a sighting is. Aper in an international bandit, hitting trains all across the world, and it looks like he’s back in New York and catching wholecar runners. The picture was originally posted by @marianlorraine who randomly benched it. That pic made its way across the Gram on a few accounts, including @nyc_graffhead, the one stop shop for all things New York clean train related.

This isn’t the only wholecar to be spotted running in New York this summer. There was some Top Sprayer cars on the same line recently, and also that giant angry emoji.

If this is why my commute was so terrible this morning, I’m entirely cool with that.

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