Crescent St
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Crescent St is a J-Z Skip-Stop all stop, although there is no way to know from the station's design. It's a simple typical J-line Fulton Street elevated station with a narrow island platform. It was rehabilitated in 2007; the station house is at track level, between the tracks on the end of the eastern (northern) end of platform, this leads down to a staircase that splits beneath the elevated structure to provide exits on both sides of Fulton St. The station's canopy covers a bit more of the platform than at other island platform stations.
Art For Transit at Cleveland St Arts For Transit at Crescent Street.
Wheel of Bloom-Soak up the Sun, 2007, Faceted glass below station sign structures along the platform
By Jung Hyang Kim
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(crescentj1) Looking underneath the elevated structure at Crescent Street, the station's platform is above in this picture.
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(crescentj2) An entrance to Crescent Street.
25 June, 2008
(crescentj3) Crescent Street has been painted on one of the metal beams that hold up the elevated line.
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(crescentj4) Looking out of the mesh along the lower area beneath the tracks, notice how the line curves just east/north of Crescent Street.
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(crescentj5) A sign on the passageway beneath the tracks at Crescent St pointing to either side of Fulton Street, where the exits are.
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(crescentj6) Looking up the staircase from the street and into the small station house area that provides no heat in winter since it has no doors because of it's very mini design.
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(crescentj7) Looking down the platform at Crescent Street underneath the canopied area that is longer than the other J-line island platform stations.
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(crescentj8) A station sign/windscreen with stained glass area at Crescent Street. Passengers are also in view waiting for the train on a bench
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(crescentj9) A windscreen with stained glass at Crescent Street just before the canopied area ends about a third way down the platform.
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(crescentj10) A Crescent Street windscreen with stained glass and the exposed portion of the concrete platform.
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(crescentj11) The front of the canopied area at Crescent Street, notice how it is longer then the station's sister stops further south.
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(crescentj12) Looking from the R-160 conductor stop board as the platform slowly fades into the distance at Crescent Street.
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(crescentj13) A windscreen on the platform at Crescent Street with buildings of Fulton Street around the photo.
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(crescentj14) Looking towards the southern/western end of the platform at Crescent Street, The lights of a J train are barely visible.
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(crescentj15) Holding lights on the platform at Crescent St. All of theses objects on the platform are hazards when walking up and down it.
25 June, 2008
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