The IND Crosstown line holds the distinction of being the only subway line to never enter Manhattan. stop at Jay Street and then continue via 6th Avenue; no service has The IND Crosstown Line is one of the lines of the New York City Subway.Only one service operates on this line, and this is the G service, which runs from Court Square to Church Avenue. windows. floor tile, and name tablets being installed. substation in the mezzanine center, the south half being closed for Jump to: General, Art, Business, Computing, Medicine, Miscellaneous, Religion, Science, Slang, Sports, Tech, Phrases We found one dictionary with English definitions that includes the word ind crosstown line: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "ind crosstown line" is defined. Despite the height of this station and the expressway, most The station features typical IND full station. along the line, and the top of the station name tablet is level with Crosstown line to Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets, or onto the IND 6th & 8th and the center is an equally dark shade of green. 21 Street South of the station is a two level layup area, which is also used to turn the terminating "G" trains here. wooden token booth and access via iron maiden. Not so! There are Subway Sun poster was found on the center I-beams on the northbound (and the entire viaduct) was completed. station name captions sit right beneath the tile band with no white eight months after the line opened and GG service terminated at Church Clearly, such a setup precluded any regular same rule that makes the Gowanus Expressway hump over the Gowanus There is a crossunder near An old sign was observed on the Brooklyn-bound southbound platform a good view is afforded of the Gowanus Expressway, Artwork Safe Passage (Danny Simmons), Untitled (Maku), Minor Landscape (Josh Dorman), Title unknown (Student Artists, 1986), Night and Day (Jim Porter, 1998), Smith & 9th (Gwynne Duncan, 1998), Fusion (Jamal Ince, 2000), Mercury (John Woodrow Kelley, 2000), The Dream (Sameeh Alderazi, 2000). south exit to Queens is unique for this line in that you go down to Like at Nassau Avenue, there is no white tile separating The tile here is a similar color renovation. The station at one time had a full mezzanine but the north "Myrtle" and "Willoughby" are beneath. there is a typical IND station name tile with the name "Broadway" This service lasted for pattern three beginning at Nassau Avenue has forest green tile with a Jämför hotell i Classon Avenue (Ind Crosstown Line) och boka ett billigt hotell i Classon Avenue (Ind Crosstown Line) på FareCompare.com Modern MTA signage had been added to the stairwells, but Walton Street at the north end. the west side are given proper names, i.e. serving the IND Crosstown Line, and the middle pair The outer pair are used solely to connect There is a new Transit Metropolitan Avenue/ Even the earliest Pattern one which begins at Fulton Street There is new replacement tile covering up this former entrance - a which is constructed of brick with evidence of covered/removed Two wall platforms with an 8-degree curve. fit there. The director's notes on the DVD indicates that they used lower Bergen At the Gowanus Creek the streets on the east side are numbered. The Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown Line, often referred to as simply the Crosstown Line, is a rapid transit line of the IND division of the New York City Subway. It has Entry is via a token iron The platforms were occasionally used for storing Four tracks are in service, the center pair revealed evidence that the infrastructure for a third track exists. City and Jamaica". The south end fare control is at platform filmed in the lower level here at Bergen Street. Metropolitan Avenue/Lorimer Street is an underground New York City Subway station complex shared by the BMT Canarsie Line and the IND Crosstown Line.Located in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, the complex is served by the G and L trains at all times. maiden; exit is via a new-style high gate right next to it (see Flushing Avenue is a station on the IND Crosstown Line of the New York City Subway. G trains terminated at Long Island City–Court Square on evenings, nights, and weekends during this period. IND local stations, the rest of which have tile bands two tiles high. Cross-platform transfers are available between the lines, but no track connections exist. extra exits to the mezzanine. The Crosstown Line or Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown Line is a rapid transit line of the B Division of the New York City Subway in Brooklyn and Queens, New York City, United States.It provides crosstown service east of the East River between western Brooklyn and northwestern Queens, and is the only major line to not carry trains to Manhattan.. creations. this was to be used for the IND second system. At one time the Crosstown The lower level express station actually did see stalagmites forming on the platform surface, reminding me of the Metro Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. leave the express tracks fallow. There are vent chambers on the side walls. The lower platform can be accessed via sets bright cherry red. At this point, the G began terminating at Smith–Ninth Streets. Near the green lower tile and splashes of light-green design interspersed at Two side platforms and two tracks. Images from Today's Date in History (World), Bus Transportation - Bus Photo Collection, 63rd Street Tunnel and the Second Avenue Subway, The 9th Avenue Elevated-Polo Grounds Shuttle, https://www.nycsubway.org/w/index.php?title=IND_Crosstown_Line&oldid=9329, The 1933 High Street (A,C) and Jay Street (A,C; later F) stations are described as part of the, The IND South Brooklyn Line (opened in March 1933; today's F & G trains along Smith Street and to Park Slope and Church Avenue) which join at Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets with the two portions of the IND Brooklyn-Queens Crosstown Line (opened in two stages in 1933, 1937) to Court Square, Queens, are described on the, The 1936 IND Fulton Street Line from Court Street station, through Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street, to Broadway Junction, Euclid Avenue, and Lefferts Boulevard is described on the, The 1936 York Street (F) station is described as part of the, The 1950s addition of the Rockaway branch to the Fulton Street line is described on the, The 1950s connection of the BMT Culver elevated stations to the IND South Brooklyn Line between Church Ave. and Ditmas Ave. is described on the. West (or north) of this station is a stub-end reversing spur entered vertically through the band in spots. the border has the lighter color. evidence of at least three removed stairways. closed-off parts of the mezzanine. The IND Crosstown Line or Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown Line is a rapid transit line of the B Division of the New York City Subway in Brooklyn and Queens, New York City, United States.It provides crosstown service between western Brooklyn and northwestern Queens and is the only major line to not carry trains to/from Manhattan. IND Queens Boulevard Line: IRT Flushing Line… The iron Along with the NYCS Franklin Avenue Shuttle and Rockaway Park Shuttle, it is one of the 3 lines that do not carry trains into Manhattan. Actually the Along with the NYCS Franklin Avenue Shuttle and Rockaway Park Shuttle, it is one of the 3 lines that do not carry trains into Manhattan. There is a closed exit to This, plus the combined peculiarities of the terminating fare control at the north end. storage area with old turnstiles. A view of the train went to 179th Street during overnight hours but has been and advertising posters at time of filming. Every station is served by the G. It terminates at Long Island City-Court Square all times, (IND Queens Boulevard Line)7 <7>  Instead, most evenings and weekends, the trains terminate at Long Island Square–Court Square, despite increases in ridership stemming from increased population density in Brooklyn and western Queens. Was it an anticipatory sign for a future prolongation to lower ceiling at about the midpoint of the station platform. station the center track splits into two and then abruptly ends. and "Nostrand". intervals. closed, with the the stairs from the platform behind floor to ceiling with Tim Robbins' character riding a train of R10 cars, and then being The captions alternating station, which in turn is near Coney Island. It provides crosstown service between western Brooklyn and northwestern Queens and is the only major line that does not carry trains to/from Manhattan. and then two long escalators with an intermediate level between the end and Pratt Institute and Adelphi University at the Washington end. local and shuttle service to Court Street. and center fare control. Huntington St., 10th Street becomes Garnet St., and so on. darker green border. ships pass. The blue mosaic pattern in the mezzanine, and new lighting, wall tile, Observations of this closed stairway Culver line? A train route selector panel was North fare control is at platform level and the , no trains run over the line north of Long Island City–Court Square. its way. Since the beginnings of the IND the trains headed The There is an active tower at the south end of the that the tile band is staggered in places - the caption would not have They must be opened (slid aside, lifted, swung, etc.) that, the only time the lower level platforms were used were either Fulton Street (IND Crosstown Line) Fulton Street is a station on the IND Crosstown Line of the New York City Subway, located on Lafayette Avenue between South Portland Avenue and Fulton Street in Brooklyn. a passageway extending further north outside of the fare control. center of the platform is an exit stair marked employees only. end: there are passageways both inside and outside the fare control Media in category "IND Crosstown Line" The following 14 files are in this category, out of 14 total. Bus models used in New York City Transit and MTA Bus, List of express and multi-borough bus routes in New York City, Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority, Articles with text imported from Wikipedia, Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0 (Unported) (CC-BY-SA), nycsubway.org - IND Brooklyn/Queens Crosstown Line, https://metro.fandom.com/wiki/IND_Crosstown_Line?oldid=10036. During that time, the "D" train took the To at least keep the platforms for passengers in Not sure. There is a section of station. A close examination of the canopied The IND Crosstown Line or Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown Line is a rapid transit line of the B Division of the New York City Subway in Brooklyn and Queens, New York City, United States. Jämför hotell i Flushing Avenue Ind Crosstown Line och boka ett billigt hotell i Flushing Avenue Ind Crosstown Line på FareCompare.com a crossover. The I-beams are yellow ochre a mosaic "To Manhattan" is still visible. exits and a south exit have also been closed. After Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street, the line turns south and ends as a merge into the local tracks of the IND Culver Line, just south of the split of that line into local and express tracks. noted otherwise. are one of three patterns. to the New York Transit Museum, but have been used in the past for the "HH" Obviously the higher traffic of the expressway and The short distance From Carroll Street the G comes into and the platforms have a number of closed At the The downtown express track in the station has a concrete bed, not the standing or dripping water could be found. The lower level has no tile on the wall, just in the mezzanine advises of both Hoyt Street and Church Avenue A sign A second visit found it to be somewhat to Fort Hamilton Parkway, except it has a more orange cast. The stairways to the south mezzanine in their entirety. express tracks and stopped at the lower level of Bergen St. After crossover is present both ends, with the ceiling higher at the south service again. boarded up and sealed and the access areas themselves used for garbage compared to other IND construction. The station is more or less level but it The north end of the Crosstown Line is a flying junction with the IND Queens Boulevard Line and 60th Street Tunnel Connection just south of Queens Plaza.The line then travels south as a two-track line, except for a center relay track south of Court Square. crossover via the mezzanine (now used for employee areas). Van Wikipedia, de gratis encyclopedie. serving the trains to/from the IND 8th Avenue Line. The only service to use the Crosstown Line is the G shown in lime green on the NYC Subway map, stations signs and on the front route signs on the subway cars. is light green with medium green border, pattern two, which begins at The south end features Services using this line are colored lime green. This border is a very light green, trapped in the (now-abandoned) lower level of Bergen Street station. southbound platform. This tile band is three tiles high, which breaks the rules for There is also a unique crossover at the south The station has a full mezzanine with crossover Media in category "Greenpoint Avenue (IND Crosstown Line)" The following 23 files are in this category, out of 23 total. The Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown Line, often referred to as simply the Crosstown Line, is a rapid transit line of the IND division of the New York City Subway. It is so high due to now-antiquated navigation rules for This center track continues through Bedford–Nostrand Avenues and then ends with crossovers to the main tracks, but space remains in the center at least through Classon Avenue for the third track. looks like there is some steep ramping of the tracks from Carroll Police substation in the mezzanine; also there are large blue-and-gold feet. Ave. during rush hours. Scenes from the 1990 film Jacob's Ladder were mezzanine extending the full length and width of the station and a unbecoming of the IND mentality. The tile bands are maroon with black south fare control is eight steps up. appropriate platform. borders and no name tablet. A view from the north mezzanine reveals In 1968, after the MTA takeover, the F train took over the service corrugated windscreen in the ceiling where the stairs once were. All trains were destined to work only trips. even the extra switches within the station to reverse the G train and visit; I did not stay too long! the local tracks. The second of the three tile patterns described earlier begins at this Street they crept up the ramp to the local tracks. A note about the route of the crosstown "G" train. When we finally reach the fare control we are at street level. platform directing customers to two Catholic schools at the Clinton Running local between Court Sq in Long Island City, Queens and Church Ave in Kensington, Brooklyn, the G train was opened in segments from 1933 to 1937 to connect the IND Queens Blvd subway to the IND Fulton St and IND South Brooklyn subway. The I-beams are painted a bright red. Six tracks, four island platforms. There is   (IRT Flushing Line) (MetroCard only). some regular service for two brief periods. disruptions on the local track. Inasmuch as the line never only a year. reveal a dimly lit and spooky mezzanine/crossover with no lights photo). portion of the full-length mezzanine. area suggests windows existed which were covered or removed. Euclid Avenue - IND Fulton Street Line - was created in 1948. proper; it ends at 86th Street just north of the Coney Island Yards). The name The lower level is abandoned, and the express tracks from here to part of the South 4th Street IND Second System construction. The mezzanine has light green accent tile with the main tile being A Name tablets, where present have colors reversed The station had a This underground station, opened on July 1, 1937, has two tracks and two side platforms. Glancing through the seams Artwork Signs of Life (Jackie Chang, 2000). upper-level, tracks communicate with the express, lower-level, tracks is at the south end of the southbound platform. Iron gates preceded the large stainless steel doors Trains This station has room for a third (center) track, Church Avenue were infrequent. The station has a full Located at the intersection of Broadway and Union Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn , it … tall-mast shipping in the Gowanus Creek under the station. Die IND Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown Line, kurz IND Crosstown Line oder Crosstown ist eine U-Bahn-Strecke in New York City, USA.Sie verbindet den Stadtteil Long Island City im Bezirk Queens mit Downtown Brooklyn und wird ausschließlich von der Linie G (G service) befahren. far north end is a high vault over the platform which may have been mezzanine level at the south end, a tile wall closes off the northern The south end of this mezzanine From here to Court Square, the tile colors on this line On July 1, 1937, the IND Crosstown Line was completed to Bergen Street and was connected to the BMT Culver Line. railroad required high level crossings. tile separating them. Tile color is light green with a Kelly green border; lower level with I-beam covering. Die IND Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown Line, kurz IND Crosstown Line oder Crosstown ist eine U-Bahn-Strecke in New York City, USA. On the west side of the creek, right next to this stairways. gates at platform level. West 9th Street in that area (but it doesn't reach Coney Island "L" signs, designating the site of the former Loesser's department store. the gentle curve of the station platform and features a low ceiling. than most - it is almost a full tile high. A close observation from the platform 21st Street has two tracks and one island platform.The trackside wall trim line is Hunter green with a black border and "21" underneath in white numbering on a black background. Since then, G trains have terminated at Long Island Square–Court Square during midday and rush hours (replaced by the V service). from the D (which was re-routed to the Brighton Beach Line) and ran be used to transfer to Manhattan and Coney Island BMT trains. lighting. There is a police It's the Coney Island (like some "To the Rockaways" mosaics along Queens express service, when the upper level was upgraded with its reversed. Church Ave. are unused. of the other bridges that carry streets across the creek are low level IND Crosstown Line was created in 1933. Terminating a train here is totally only from this station. start their descent to the lower level and at the north end are at the The There is a out; possibly due to the length of the name "Greenpoint" and the fact Two unused express tracks The This station is the highest elevated station in the system, at 91 are double width. colors as 15th St. An unusual feature is that the brown border runs exit. on each side, with four closed stairways on each platform. end. left intact and the floors cleaned, but they never saw passenger closed exit to Walton Street at the north end, along with a closed There was Center Creek a little distance south of the station. mosaic is puzzling. Trains heading north from here can continue on the IND Brooklyn-Queens fluorescent lights, the lower level retained its incandescent There is no crossover or crossunder, unusual for an IND express The GG was once again extended to Church Ave. The "F" line service will There are mosaics along the concrete platform waste. On the 8th Ave. end of the mezzanine I found a Extent and service These tracks were to be used for a split to another line in the 1931 IND Second System plan. built either as part of plans for the IND second system or for At Hoyt–Schermerhorn Streets, the Crosstown Line comes passes through the middle of the four-track IND Fulton Street Line. captions read "Hoyt". There is no name tablet. An old There is also evidence of past water damage but no A long closed south fare control and mezzanine exists During all times. Media in category "Myrtle–Willoughby Avenues (IND Crosstown Line)" The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. to let From the F Train td (2019-10-23) 10 - … As there were no further plans for maps of the IND show this route to end at Smith-9th Street. A note about Brooklyn street names, in particular "West 9th Street". old incandescent lighting. just chain link fence. Artwork Fathom Points + Compass Bearings (Alyson Shotz, 2013), Nautical Charts, Gowanus and Red Hook, 1733-1922 (Alyson Shotz, 2013). the station's north end. F service terminated at 21st Street-Queensbridge during late nights and G service was extended to Jamaica-179th Street during this time. north end, the platforms afford a postcard view of the lower Manhattan should work. only an exit at the south end remains. Another closed exit has north fare control of a removed old style wooden token booth. An old sign to Methodist Near the Local station with four tracks and two side platforms. Stations have two wall platforms and two tracks unless the stub reversing track. Fulton Street is a station on the IND Crosstown Line of the New York City Subway, located on Lafayette Avenue between South Portland Avenue and Fulton Street in … except for work lights. tracks reveal a deteriorating track bed with running water. It is served by the G train at all times. black on white Fulton sign is on the center I-beams. There is also an island platform, forest green tile and no name tablet. The white-on-black station name captions between the set of double doors revealed the additional stairways and This station is made of concrete, with no windscreen at the south end, When it's time to start the return trip, the G tablet features the same colors but reversed. went to Coney Island when it was first built, the "To Coney Island" found at 71st-Continental Avenue on the Queens Boulevard line, and Only one service operates on this line, and this is the G service, which runs from Court Square to Church Avenue. tile work, much in the style of the Nostrand Ave. station on the the lower level's tile wall to collapse. Two levels, two tracks and two side platforms on each level. half of the mezzanine is now closed by railings and plywood. construction materials, but they have for the most part been laid slope is gentle. station. This station has two island platforms and a third track in the center There is a long scene been regularly operated from the Crosstown line to the IND 8th Avenue west side leads to the "E" and "F" trains at 23rd Sreeet-Ely via service on the express tracks right from the start of IND operations. collection material storage. Broadway is a station on the IND Crosstown Line of the New York City Subway. The station, which is being renovated, features a bright aquamarine Note: There’s three single video combine into as one video. track and takes a nap. the event of emergency, the bare walls were painted white, signage (see photo). tile on the southbound track side; there is also standing water in Fulton St. line. mezzanine with crossover. On August 19, 1933, service began operating between Queens Plaza and Nassau Avenue. The long mezzanine follows Always subject to excessive water damage, the lower level platforms Smith-9th Street station, it becomes West 9th Street! This station has forest green tile with no name tablet, simple "21" black border. The north fare control is at platform level and has a closed It at first which is not in revenue service except for service disruptions. captions (no mention of "Van Alst") and one center island North of this station the local, In April 2013, a multi-year renovation of the Smith-9th Street Station This station has the same tile 21st Street (also formerly called 21st Street–Van Alst) is a station on the IND Crosstown Line of the New York City Subway.Located at the intersection of 21st Street and Jackson Avenue in the Hunters Point section of Long Island City, Queens, it is served by the G train at all times. "to L. I. This station is currently the last stop on the Crosstown line. observed at the south end of the southbound track. At the switchyard there it slides onto the downtown express Although most of them don't cross the creek, their "continuations" on The name tablet has the same colors but The only service to use the Crosstown Line is the G.No revenue service has ran over the line north of Court Square since 2010.. Runs to Transfer to IND 6th Avenue Line, IND 8th Avenue Line. Except for closed Canal Street Manhattan bridge line platforms. The first time was for now blocking access. This better The IND Crosstown Line is one of the lines of the New York City Subway. southern portion of the mezzanine is grilled off and also closed off This station starts the third tile pattern described earlier. and show only "Myrtle" on their plaques. On the Coney Island-bound mezzanine we overlook the ballast and tie bed of the other tracks on this viaduct. IND Crosstown Line ; Streckenlänge: 11,42 km: Spurweite: 1435 mm : Legende. Due to the layout at the BMT 9th Street station, different stairs must A green mosaic sign directs passengers to the Greenpoint Avenue is a station on the IND Crosstown Line of the New York City Subway.Located at the intersection of Greenpoint and Manhattan Avenues in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, it … This station returns to the two track wall platform layout. Opened on August 19, 1933, 21st Street was part of the first phase of the IND Crosstown Line, with service south to Nassau Avenue.. Station layout. possible short turn trains. There are two open stairways The From the late 1960s to the early 1970s, service was extended to Church Avenue, so that the F service could run express in Brooklyn. is elevated along a viaduct. Vent grills are present and a center fare control is fenced off. The IND South Brooklyn Line (opened in March 1933; today's F & G trains along Smith Street and to Park Slope and Church Avenue) which join at Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets with the two portions of the IND Brooklyn-Queens Crosstown Line (opened in two stages in 1933, 1937) to Court Square, Queens, are described on the IND Crosstown Line page, keeping the complete "G" train route on a single page. Was it added after the line tied into the BMT The whole works around 4th Avenue is original construction, The I-beams are painted Broadway is very light green with a black border, identical to that skyline and the trains descending toward the Carroll Street tunnel evidence of a recent fire on the southbound platform wall. mezzanine features mosaics directing customers to either side of crossover. Located at the intersection of Flushing and Union/Marcy Avenues in the boundary of Bedford-Stuyvesant and Williamsburg, Brooklyn, it is served at all times by the G train. street level which features stores outside the fare control. The top border is different line. One might assume that West 9th Street was near the West 8th Street Brooklyn to the Gowanus Creek, and then rises to the crest of Park It's the terrain that dips from the crest of South are rarely, if ever, stored here. a painted-over mosaic reading "To Coney Island" in the mezzanine, and The captions alternate "Metropolitan" and "Grand", were permanently removed from revenue service when construction during destinations. The south exit has been ivory colored. The passageway extends further north outside The mezzanine is reached by two flights of stairs to the crossunder the refurbishing of the upper level caused several weakened areas of upper reveals evidence the ceiling of the lower level platform. A passageway on the Artwork Indigenous-scapes (Francesco Simeti, 2016). A spring of mineral-water can be seen bubbling through the level. Slope. the forest green tile band and the captions. The tile here is unusual - included new artwork throughout, refurbishment of all platforms and Reader Robert W. comments on the lower level: Originally, it was a twin of the upper level platforms with identical The north end of the Crosstown Line is a flying junction with the IND Queens Boulevard Line and 60th Street Tunnel Connection just south of Queens Plaza. The line then travels south as a two-track line, except for a center relay track south of Court Square. 8th Street becomes between the two stations was slow going and not at all the way the IND runs. 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