It's May, which means Manhattanhenge is making its annual appearance, and yes, we're trying to make MTAhenge happen, too.

What is MTAhenge? It's that moment when you're riding the subway and spot a sunset come into view through the window. A sight so beloved that we even put it on our Subway Bingo card.

Sunset View
Sunset View bingo square (Sarah Butler)
Sunset view
Sunset view (via nycbone on Flickr)

Never spotted this before? Below are some of the best spots where you can capture this, any time of the year. And even if you see one on your daily commute, the view never gets old.

  • Smith-9 Sts (F/G)

  • Almost anywhere in the Rockaways on the A

  • Whitlock Av to Middletown Rd (6)

  • Queensboro Plaza (N/W/7)

  • 61-Woodside; 82-Woodside (7)

  • 46-Bliss St (7)

  • Mets-Willets Point (7)

  • Sheepshead Bay (B/Q)

  • Manhattan Bridge (N/Q) — Note: You will want to be on a Brooklyn-bound train for the best view

  • Astoria Blvd (N/W)

  • Williamsburg Bridge (J/M/Z)

  • Marcy Av (J/M/Z)

  • Coney Island (D/F/N/Q)

  • 125th St (1)

Subway sunset view
Subway sunset view (Jenn Vargas/Flickr)

Spot a subway sunset? Have a viewing location not mentioned here? Tag @MTAaway and @MTA in your photos on Instagram.

And did you know? You can buy subway sunset view merch at the MTA Store!