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Myrtle Avenue El

North = to Park Row

South = to Metropolitan Avenue

Stations Geographically South of Wyckoff were low platforms at street level. 

METROPOLITAN AVENUE

Metropolitan Avenue had two tracks and a two wall platforms joined at the end into a u shaped platform

FRESH POND ROAD

Fresh Pond Road had two tracks and two low platforms

FORREST AVENUE

Forrest Avenue had two tracks and two offset low wall platforms

COVERT AVENUE/

SENECA AVENUE

Covert Avenue (Seneca Avenue) had two tracks and two offset low wall platforms. We now rise to an el.

WYCKOFF AVENUE

Wyckoff Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

KNICKERBOCKER AVENUE

Knickerbocker Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

CENTRAL AVENUE

Central Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

EVERGREEN AVENUE

Evergreen Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

BROADWAY

Broadway (Upper Level) had two tracks and an island platform. For a discussion of the lower level click the link for Broadway El

SUMNER AVENUE

Sumner Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

TOMPKINS AVENUE

Tompkins Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

NOSTRAND AVENUE

Nostrand Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

FRANKLIN AVENUE

Franklin Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

GRAND AVENUE

Grand Avenue (On Myrtle Avenue) had two tracks with a wall platform for inbound Myrtle trains and a right angle platform serving outbound Myrtle trains and inbound Lexington 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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