Avenue Line

Some articles on avenue line, line, lines:

Sands Street (BMT Station)
... for trains that used the BMT Myrtle Avenue Line, including the BMT West End Line until 1916, the BMT Lexington Avenue Line, until the close of the station, the BMT Sea Beach Line's ...
Chambers Street (IRT Sixth Avenue Line)
... Chambers Street was a station on the demolished IRT Sixth Avenue Line ... It was served by trains from the IRT Sixth Avenue Line ...
Chatham Square (IRT Third Avenue Line)
... Square was a station on the demolished IRT Third Avenue Line ... level had two tracks and one island platform that served trains of both the IRT Second Avenue Line and IRT Third Avenue Line ... The upper level had three tracks and two island platforms that served trains of both lines going to and from City Hall ...
Rector Street (IRT Ninth Avenue Line)
... Rector Street was a station on the demolished IRT Ninth Avenue Line ... It was served by trains from the IRT Ninth Avenue Line ... The next northbound stop was Cortlandt Street for Ninth Avenue Line trains ...
List Of Streetcar Lines In Manhattan - List of Lines - North-south Lines
... Lines related to Broadway are listed first, and then the table contains all other lines by their Lower Manhattan trunk (if applicable) from east to west ... New York Railways South Ferry and Vesey Street Line South Ferry City Hall Trinity Place became part of the Sixth Avenue Line and Eighth Avenue Line New York Railways ...

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