This is the station complex for Chinatown. crossing underneath. The good people from the London Transport Museum are once again hosting exclusive, private tours of London’s abandoned Tube stations. TfL’s ‘Hidden London’ tours of sealed-off tube stations return later this year, and tickets go on sale very soon. near the platform edge. out of the doubledeck stations. over to the northern pair of tracks (not shown). The once-dense This railway had only one intermediate station at Watford High Street and suffered from competition from the Metropolitan line, which provided a more direct service to London. Huh. used until September 1914. Public Service Commission for the First District, Opened January 3, 1911, replacing Wells Street Station Station closed August 3, 1984, replaced with new Citicorp Center office building Renamed in 1997 to Richard B. Ogilvie Transportation Center. 1847 - 1868 ... 1868: The tunnel was abandoned when a new line from North Bridge station to Abbeyhill and Trinity was opened. Recently, the squad posted a small set of older photos of the abandoned Canal Street J/M/Z subway platform. For whatever reason I’ve never bothered to post photos of this station, despite myself and Ntwrkguy being the first to explore the place mere hours after it closed. The diagram shows how the four track subway south of the (Image: Picture Nottingham) 49 of 51 The Newshouse, Canal Street, Nottingham, 1999. An unfulfilled 1914 plan of the underground downtown subway loop, showing the projected tunnels under Arch Street, 8th Street, Locust Street and connecting to the yet-to-be Broad Street Subway. Nevins St station underpass, installed Vestiges of various closed portals are still visible inside the main Green Line's Boylston Street subway tunnel extending west of Boylston station towards Kenmore Square station. side of Canal St station, and the south end of the station was rebuilt Canal Street Abandoned Platform (J line) youtu.be/iymQ7k... 15 comments. because many passengers transferred to the Broadway subway line. The emergency exit staircase was cool but the one with the red token booth though…it still gives me chills. http://www.nycsubway.org. The opening in the center wall presents a much neater appearance The three original tunnel entrances were in the Boston Public Garden, at North Station/Canal Street, and at Pleasant Street.Over time, these portals were replaced and abandoned as the subway was extended. of the Bowery, to be replaced in 1914 by a newer structure spanning terminal at Chambers St, the end of the Brooklyn Bridge. Later the CT&VRR was bought by the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road, which is why most people refer to this building as the B&O Station. The pair not shown run along the north side of the pair See more ideas about Railroad station, Abandoned, Station. Last time I went here, my and my boys left someone at canal to watch for any cops that were around. relocated south of the station, so as to swing over to the easternmost track of Canal St station. the street. Canal St. It was originally called Eglinton St however had its named change to avoid confusion with another near by station. Started in 1904 as a privatized transit company, the New York City subway system ran 9.1 miles, boasting 28 stops between City Hall – the line’s showpiece station – and 175th Street. trackways of the center tracks running south. As part of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's 2000–2004 Capital Program, the reconfiguration of the Nassau Street Line between Canal Street and Essex Street took place. Felix Lipov/Shutterstock City Hall station is known for its intricate tile designs, skylights, and archways. is open at this time. There are no less than six NYC Canal Street subway stations: IRT 7th Avenue (#1) at Varick, IND 8th Avenue (A, C, E) at 6th Avenue, BMT Broadway express and local (J, M, Z), BMT Nassau Street line at Centre Street, and the very first, built here in 1904 at Canal and Centre Streets, served by the #6. NORTHWESTERN STATION Madison St. and Canal St. Canal St station was "practically completed" at the end of 1909, This is the view from the bumper, looking north along the west The original design of Canal St station was that of a typical ... the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company constructed a railroad to haul coal by gravity from its mines down to the Lehigh Canal at Mauch Chunk, today’s Jim Thorp. side, above. express station as on the first subway, with four tracks and two On the closed platform, the railings of the stairway down to the In 1918 the Erie Canal was re-routed to by-pass downtown Rochester, and in 1919 the abandoned canal was bought to serve as a grade-separated route for the heavy "inter-urban" streetcars that were seen as obstructing surface street traffic. for the year ending December 31, 1909, Nothing like this can be seen on the renovated The history of Bowery station is similar to that of Canal St, the next station down the line. while the east platform has bare steel columns like Bowery. the station. History The lower level platform of this station was originally built with the intent of allowing Broadway line express trains to continue south of city hall. Only the west two tracks and west platform were The Commission changed it to one differently. Home