Flushing Av/Broadway
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Flushing Avenue is a typical Broadway (Brooklyn) elevated renovated local station, it has two side platforms with the middle express track bypassing it. This stop only has one station entrance at the extreme western end of the platforms. It is a fairly complicated exit with various staircases down to the station house and a network of three elevators (one from the street to mezzanine and one to each platform) that make the station wheelchair accessible.
Art For Transit at Flushing Avenue Arts For Transit at Flushing Ave
Migration, 2006, laminated glass in Mezzanine windows and platform windscreens
By Robin Holder
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(flushingj1) R42 #4552 and a Queens-bound M train exit Flushing Avenue. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 2 December, 2005 (flushingj2) R42 #4552 on a Queens-bound M train, makes a spark, while passing a R42 Manhattan-bound J Train (#4576) east of Lorimer Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 2 December, 2005 (flushingj3) A Manhattan-bound R42 J Train goes around the curves after stopping at Flushing Avenue. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 2 December, 2005 (flushingj4) A Manhattan-bound R42 J Train makes a spark going around the curve west of Flushing Avenue. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 2 December, 2005
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(flushingj5) A bench and sign at Flushing Avenue Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 2 December, 2005 (flushingj6) The end of the Queens-bound platform at Flushing Avenue with the stairs and elevator. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 2 December, 2005 (flushingj7) A Queens-bound R42 M train leaves Lorimer Street to come to Flushing Avenue Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 2 December, 2005 (flushingj8) A Queens-bound R42 M train goes around the curves approaching Flushing Avenue. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 2 December, 2005
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(flushingj9) A Queens-bound R42 M train enters Flushing Avenue. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 2 December, 2005 (flushingj10) Looking across the platforms at Flushing Avenue to the where the staircases down to the other exit once were. It's now just an emergency exit. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 24 July, 2008 (flushingj11) A buliding looms up above Flushing Avenue. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 24 July, 2008 (flushingj12) Looking down the three tacked station Flushing Avenue. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 24 July, 2008
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(flushingj13) A view across to one of the platform staircases at Flushing Av. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 24 July, 2008 (flushingj14) Another view across at Flushing Av with the elelvator structure visible. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 24 July, 2008 (flushingj15) An interior view of the station house with the doors out to the Queens-bound platform. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 24 July, 2008 (flushingj16) A Queens-bound R160 M train begins to leave Flushing Ave. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 13 August, 2008
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