Bmt Fourth Avenue

Some articles on avenue, bmt fourth avenue, bmt, fourth avenue:

Crosstown Line (Brooklyn Surface) - B61 Bus Route
... now part of the B57), Van Brunt Street and Atlantic Avenue at all times ... Subway connections Jay Street – MetroTech on the BMT Fourth Avenue Line, IND Culver Line, and IND Fulton Street Line (A C F N R trains) Court Street – Borough Hall on ...
Court Street – Borough Hall (New York City Subway) - BMT Fourth Avenue Line Platform
... station Southbound train approaching Station statistics Division B (BMT) Line BMT Fourth Avenue Line Services N (late nights) R (all except late nights) Structure Underground Platforms 1 island ... to the fare control area of the IRT Broadway – Seventh Avenue Line ... Montague Street Tunnel under the East River to connect to the BMT Broadway Line and the BMT Nassau Street Line ...
86th Street (BMT Fourth Avenue Line)
86th Street is a station on the BMT Fourth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway, located at 86th Street and Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn ... there is a token booth and two staircases going up to either southern corners of 86th Street and Fourth Avenue ... to the southwest corner of 85th Street and Bay Ridge Avenue ...
Fourth Avenue / Ninth Street (New York City Subway) - BMT Fourth Avenue Line Platforms
... City Subway rapid transit station Platform towards Manhattan Station statistics Division B (BMT) Line BMT Fourth Avenue Line Services D (late nights) N (late nights) R (all except late nights ... late nights, when they replace the R as the local along Fourth Avenue ... bank, token booth, and one staircase going up to the northeast corner of Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue ...

Famous quotes containing the words avenue and/or fourth:

    I hate to do what everybody else is doing. Why, only last week, on Fifth Avenue and some cross streets, I noticed that every feminine citizen of these United States wore an artificial posy on her coat or gown. I came home and ripped off every one of the really lovely refrigerator blossoms that were sewn on my own bodices.
    Carolyn Wells (1862–1942)

    ... men and women are not yet free.... The slavery of greed endures. Little child workers, the hope of the future, are sacrificed to industry. Young men are sent out by the billion to die for profits.... We must destroy industrial slavery and build industrial democracy.... The people everywhere must come into possession of the earth [second, third, and fourth ellipses in source].
    Sara Bard Field (1882–1974)