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Lexington Avenue El

North = to Park Row (Sands Street, short turn)

South = to Cypress Hills Terminal

All platforms were wood

CYPRESS HILLS TERMINAL

Cypress Hills (terminal) had two tracks and an island platform

CRESCENT STREET

Crescent Street had two tracks and an island platform

NORWOOD AVENUE

Norwood Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

CLEVELAND STREET

Cleveland Street had two tracks and an island platform

VAN SICKLEN AVENUE

Van Sicklen Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

ALABAMA AVENUE

Alabama Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

MANHATTAN JUNCTION

Manhattan Junction is an unusual station. For this line, we have one wall platform an a u shaped platform serving outbound Broadway El trains, Canarsie trains and Fulton El trains

CHAUNCEY STREET

Chauncey Street had two tracks and an island platform

HALSEY STREET

Halsey Street had two tracks and an island platform

GATES AVENUE

Gates Avenue had two tracks and an island platform. We now leave the Broadway El and turn onto Lexington Avenue.

REID AVENUE

Reid Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

SUMNER AVENUE

Sumner Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

TOMPKINS AVENUE

Tompkins Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

NOSTRAND AVENUE

Nostrand Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

FRANKLIN AVENUE

Franklin Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

GREENE AVENUE

Greene Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

DEKALB AVENUE

DeKalb Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

MYRTLE AVENUE

Myrtle Avenue (on Grand Avenue) was an unusual station with a wall platform for the outbound Lexington trains and a two sided right angle platform for inbound Lexington trains and outbound Myrtle Trains

WASHINGTON AVENUE

Washington Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

VANDERBILT AVENUE

Vanderbilt Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

NAVY STREET

Navy Street had two tracks and an island platform

BRIDGE STREET

Bridge Street had two tracks and an island platform

SANDS STREET

Sands Street is described on the complexes page

PARK ROW

Park Row is described on the complexes page

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 Last revised 02/19/2011

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