Brighton Line

Brighton Line can refer to:

  • BMT Brighton Line, a rapid transit line of the New York City Subway in the United States
  • Brighton Main Line, a railway line between London and Brighton in Southern England

Other articles related to "brighton line, line, brighton":

Avenue M (BMT Brighton Line)
... Avenue), is a local station on the BMT Brighton Line of the New York City Subway ... side platforms and four tracks and closely the other local stations on the Brighton Line south of Newkirk Plaza ... just to the northeast adjacent to the line ...
Neck Road (BMT Brighton Line)
... Neck Road is a local station on the BMT Brighton Line of the New York City Subway ... Like the rest of the Brighton Line between Avenue H and Sheepshead Bay, it is situated on an embankment ... Until the mid-1920s, this line ran parallel to the Brighton Line from just south of Avenue H, where it branched off from the LIRR's Bay Ridge Branch, to Sheepshead Bay ...
Ocean Parkway (BMT Brighton Line) - History
... on April 22, 1917, it was served only by a single-track shuttle that ran to Brighton Beach, which was the southern terminal for all trains on the Brighton Line ... to the lower level (which was also served by the IND Culver Line) while the express tracks rose up and connected to the upper level ... As a result, all Brighton Line train service was extended to Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue ...
Beverley Road (BMT Brighton Line)
... Beverley Road is a local station on the BMT Brighton Line of the New York City Subway ... Sitting on the open-cut portion of the Brighton Line, another gentle curve to the right is at the far north end along with clearly visible platform extensions ...

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