Sutter Ave/Canarsie Line
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Sutter Avenue is only stop on the unusual Canarsie Line. The station is on an elevated structure with two narrower then usual side platforms. The exit is at street level at with staircases down at the extreme southeastern end of the platforms. The station was renovated in 2006, and mostly the windscreens were redone from the wavy, metal design to the more smooth cream-colored ones that the modern elevated stations now have. The yellow tactile warning strip was also added
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(sutterl1) Looking down the narrow Manhattan-bound L platform has a northbound L train leaves Sutter Avenue.
1 January, 2005
(sutterl2) Little plastic leaning seats provide seating at Sutter Avenue beneith the metal windscreen that curves out to the canopy in a bit of an ornate way.
1 January, 2005
(sutterl3) Looking down the tactile warning strip at Sutter Avenue at sunset.
1 January, 2005
(sutterl4) Looking across to the narrow Canarsie-bound platform at Sutter Avenue, two signs are visible on the boring metal windscreen that distracts from the slighltly interesting metal work that holds up the canopy.
1 January, 2005
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(sutterl5) Looking down the narrow staircase to the street at Sutter Avenue, notice the slightly decroative designs in the metalwork.
1 January, 2005
(sutterl6) The chain linked fence along a staircase at Sutter Avenue provides the photographer a place to get an extremely rare trackside view of the trains.
1 January, 2005
(sutterl7) Looking down the tracks through the metal fence along the staircase at Sutter Avenue.
1 January, 2005
(sutterl8) A R143 L train appraoches Sutter Avenue at sunset.
1 January, 2005
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(sutterl9) Looking up at a R143 L train from track-level at Sutter Avenue, looking through the metal fence along one of the staircases.
1 January, 2005
(sutterl10) A Manhattan-bound R143 L train stopped at Sutter Avenue on the evening of New Years Day.
1 January, 2005
(sutterl11) A Canarsie-bound R143 L train begins to leave Sutter Avenue.
29 May, 2007
(sutterl12) Looking down the now renovated, narrow Canarise-bound platform at Sutter Avenue.
29 May, 2007
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(sutterl13) A modern station sign set into the modern windscreen at Sutter Avenue.
29 May, 2007
(sutterl14) Looking down the two track station at Sutter Avenue.
29 May, 2007
(sutterl15) The sign to the one narrow staircase at the front of the Canarise-bound platform that leads to the exit at Sutter Ave.
29 May, 2007
(sutterl16) Looking down the narrow staircase to the exit at Sutter Avenue.
29 May, 2007
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