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... The Union Elevated Railroad, leased by the Brooklyn Elevated Railroad, built the Hudson Avenue Elevated, a branch of the Brooklyn Elevated's Lexington Avenue ... This line split from the Brooklyn Elevated at a junction at Hudson and Park Avenues, and traveled south above Hudson Avenue to the Long Island Rail Road's ... operating between Fulton Ferry (the terminal of the Brooklyn Elevated) and Flatbush Avenue on November 5, 1888 ...
... The Brooklyn Elevated Railroad opened the line to passengers at 1600 on May 13, 1885, with a five-cent fare for trains every five minutes ... original line ran from York and Washington Streets (near the Brooklyn Bridge) along York Street, Hudson Avenue, Park Avenue, Grand Avenue, Lexington Avenue, and Broadway to Gates Avenue ... Flatbush Railroad (Franklin Avenue Line of streetcars) and Brooklyn, Flatbush and Coney Island Railway (Brighton Beach Line) to Brighton Beach ...
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