If dropping subway trains in the ocean was contributing to the ecosystem of the seabed ? It is an ecological project in the city of New York that the photographer Stephen Mallon followed for three years. With his camera, he was able to capture the fall of these metal skeletons in Atlantic groundfish in a series of unusual photos called Next Stop, Atlantic. Thrown overboard along the US side, between Delaware and South Carolina, these whole cars are destined to become the artificial habitat for millions of fishes to protect them from predators and provide a food resource . The ultimate goal is to help rebuild the reefs of the seabed of the US East Coast.