by Sara Fusco, at Dec. 19, 2011, 1:25 a.m.
Title: Baychester Layup was my Favorite Spot to Hit
Graffiti Writer 1: STAY HIGH 149
Train Line 1: 5 Train Line
Train Yard, Layup or Station 1: Baychester Layup
Memory: "My career as a subway outlaw took off once I moved to the Bronx and saw SUPER KOOL 223 all on the trains that were running. That cat truly inspired me to hit the trains hard"
"The train yards were very easy to get into back then. At times, we would bring food and drinks and stay there from morning until night. I have been to almost every train yard and train lay-up in New York City... I have climbed up fences, under fences, used bolt cutters on the fences, ran into train tunnels with bags of paint. You name it and I have done it! The number train lines are what I preferred hitting, but I also did the letter train lines, like the “D”, “B”, “M”, “RR”, and so on. Bay Chester lay-up was my favorite spot to hit. I went there with my partners DEAD LEG 167, PURPLE HAZE 168 and HANDO 1, where we competed to see who could do the most pieces."
"Each night at Bay Chester, I must have done at least 10 pieces."
Subway Outlaws. Interview with STAY HIGH 149. Retrieved from http://subwayoutlaws.com/Interviews/STAY%20HIGH%20149%20INTERVIEW%202.htm.
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