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Fulton Street El

North = to Park Row or Fulton Ferry

South = to Grant Avenue

All stations have high platforms

 

GRANT AVENUE CITY LINE

Grant Avenue City Line had two tracks and an island platform

CRESCENT STREET

Crescent Street had two tracks and two wall platforms

CHESTNUT STREET

Chestnut Street had two tracks and two wall platforms

MONTAUK AVENUE

Montauk Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

LINWOOD STREET

Linwood Street had two tracks and two wall platforms

VAN SICKLEN AVENUE

Van Sicklen Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE

Pennsylvania Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

EASTERN PARKWAY

Eastern Parkway had two tracks and an island platform

ATLANTIC AVENUE

Atlantic Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

MANHATTAN JUNCTION

Manhattan Junction was another interesting station. The Canarsie line had two wall platforms, the southbound being shared with the Broadway El eastbound service at a right angle and the Fulton El westbound (making a three sided platform). For this line we had two tracks and an island platform in addition to the three sided platform 

ROCKAWAY AVENUE

Rockaway Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

SARATOGA AVENUE

Saratoga Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

RALPH AVENUE

Ralph Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

UTICA AVENUE

Utica Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

ALBANY AVENUE/ SUMNER AVENUE

Albany Avenue/ Summer Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms

BROOKLYN AVENUE/

TOMPKINS AVENUE

Brooklyn 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 was interesting. This line had two wall platforms, the southern being shared with the northbound Brighton Line making a two sided platform at right angles. 

GRAND AVENUE

Grand Avenue had two tracks and two offset wall platforms.

VANDERBILTAVENUE

Vanderbilt Avenue had two tracks and two wall platforms.

CUMBERLAND AVENUE

Cumberland Avenue had two tracks and two offset wall platforms

FLATBUSH AVENUE

Flatbush Avenue had two tracks and an island platform

ELM PLACE/

DUFFIELD STREET

Elm Place/ Duffield Street had two tracks and two offset wall platforms.

BOERUM PLACE

Boerum Place two tracks and two offset wall platforms. We now leave the Fulton El and join the Myrtle Avenue El in a four track line and enter the lower level of Sands Street. Trains to Fulton Ferry continued on Fulton Street to Court Street which had two tracks and two wall platforms and ended at Fulton Ferry which had two tracks and two wall platforms.

SANDS STREET

Sands Street is described on the complexes page. Leaving here we cross the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan.

PARK ROW

Park Row (Manhattan) is described on the complexes page

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 Last revised 02/14/2011

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