Post-Atomic New York Gridlock
This is actually a very optimistic post-attack scenario. There’s very little evidence of fire (only in the far upper left and lower right corners), and little severe blast damage to the buildings.  There are dozens of people visible; maybe many thousands are still alive.  There is still some organized government, as shown by the presence of a fire engine in the traffic jam, but there’s obviously very little traffic or crowd control.  People still have some sense of rationality, as seen by the raised tops on the convertibles.  Are we looking at the suburbs or outskirts of a city whose central district has been hit by a Hiroshima-sized weapon?

Post-Atomic New York Gridlock

This is actually a very optimistic post-attack scenario. There’s very little evidence of fire (only in the far upper left and lower right corners), and little severe blast damage to the buildings.  There are dozens of people visible; maybe many thousands are still alive.  There is still some organized government, as shown by the presence of a fire engine in the traffic jam, but there’s obviously very little traffic or crowd control.  People still have some sense of rationality, as seen by the raised tops on the convertibles.  Are we looking at the suburbs or outskirts of a city whose central district has been hit by a Hiroshima-sized weapon?

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