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Culver Line (Original Route)

North = to Park Row

South = to Culver Terminal Coney Island

This line also ran on a different route than today’s F Line .

CULVER TERMINAL

Culver Terminal had four tracks and two wall platforms and two island platforms which allowed for separate boarding and exiting platforms. The platforms were wood with ornamental low railings and windows. This terminal was at ground level. North of here to just south of 36th Street was all low platform at ground level. The line ramped up near 36th Street. The line ran with trolley wire South of 36th Street.

VAN SICKLEN

Van Sicklen had two low side platforms at street level

AVENUE W

Avenue W had two low side platforms at street level

GRAVESEND NECK ROAD

Gravesend Neck Road had two low side platforms at street level

AVENUE S

Avenue S had two low side platforms at street level plus two sidings to the East

KINGS HIGHWAY

Kings Highway had two low side platforms at street level

AVENUE P

Avenue P had two low side platforms at street level

AVENUE N

Avenue N had two low side platforms at street level

22ND AVENUE

22nd Avenue had two low side platforms at street level

PARKVILLE

Parkville had two low side platforms at street level

18TH AVENUE

18th Avenue had two low side platforms at street level

KENSINGTON

Kensington had two low side platforms at street level

DITMAS AVENUE

Ditmas Avenue had two low side platforms at street level

13TH AVENUE

13th Avenue had two low side platforms at street level

FORT HAMILTON AVENUE

Fort Hamilton Avenue had two low side platforms at street level

9TH AVENUE

9th Avenue had two low side platforms at street level

8TH AVENUE

8th Avenue had two low side platforms at street level

36TH STREET

36th Street had 4 tracks and two island platforms. From here to Park Row is all high platform.

25H STREET

25th Street had two tracks and an island platform

20TH STREET

20th Street had two tracks and an island platform

16TH STREET

16th Street had two tracks and an island platform

9TH STREET

9th Street had two tracks and an island platform

3RD STREET

3rd Street had two tracks and an island platform

UNION STREET

Union Street had two tracks and two wall platforms

SAINT MARKS AVENUE

Saint Marks Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

ATLANTIC AVENUE

Atlantic Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

FULTON STREET

Fulton 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

CITY HALL

City Hall Station had two tracks and two side platforms

PARK ROW

Park Row is described on the complexes page

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 Last revised 02/06/2011

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