Here's What NYC's Subway Equipment Looks Like After Getting Brutalized By Sandy

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Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on New York City's subway system.

Pumping all that water out of the flooded East River tunnels was only the beginning. Subway equipment across lines everywhere have been brutalized by salt water damage.

Now the MTA has posted a bunch of photos on Flickr that show what the damage looks like.

Pump motor controllers damaged by seawater in the L train's Canarsie tube:

More damaged pump motor controllers:

Damaged signaling components compared to one in pristine condition:

Damaged relay components:

A damaged relay:

A bunch more damaged relays:

Signaling equipment that has been cleaned and checked:

NOW SEE: The Pump Train Teams That Cleared NYC's Subways [PHOTOS] >

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