Ice Cold Metro Escalators


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Thanks to reader Teyo for sending in the above shot of icicles over a closed escalator on Tuesday morning at the Bethesda Metro station. This is the so-called "drippy" escalator that is known to sprinkle water on people. With temperatures in the single digits and a wind chill below zero, that didn't fly today. Meanwhile, a broken rail on the east side of the Red Line, probably due to the frigid weather, caused delays on the system. Photo via Teyo

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