Photos released by the MTA show extensive flooding at the South Ferry subway station in lower Manhattan, caused by storm surges from Hurricane Sandy.

The station underwent a $530 million overhaul in 2009, paid for largely with federal September 11 aid funds, according to WNYC.

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