Monday, April 20, 2009

Myrtle Avenue (BMT Fourth Avenue Line)
































































Myrtle Avenue
New York City Subway rapid transit station

Station statistics
BoroughBrooklyn
LineBMT Fourth Avenue Line
ServicesNone
Platforms2 side platforms
Tracks4
Other information
Opened1915
Closed1956
Station succession
Next northManhattan Bridge
Next southDeKalb Avenue






















































Myrtle Avenue is an abandoned rapid transit station on the Manhattan Bridge subway tracks (B D N Q) south of the bridge in Brooklyn, New York City, United States. The station was opened in 1915, and closed in 1956 for the reconstruction of the flying junction north of DeKalb Avenue. The Brooklyn-bound platform was removed completely, but the Manhattan-bound platform still exists, and now hosts the Masstransiscope zoetrope artwork by Bill Brand. This artwork and the station can be seen by looking out the right window of Manhattan-bound B & Q trains right before the bridge.



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