Woodhaven Blvd/Jamaica Av
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Woodhaven Blvd is an all trains stop on the Jamaica Avenue elevated. This doesn't mean that it has at all a different design compared to the other stops on the line. The station consists of two side platforms on the two track line that has room for an unbuilt third track between the tracks. The station was renovated in the early '90s but still has the standard cream colored windscreens that are along almost the entire length of the station platform. The station's main, full-time exit is at Jamaica Avenue & Woodhaven Blvd is at the extreme western end of the station. A single staircase leads down from each platform to the small station house beneath the tracks. Two exit staircases lead down to either side of Jamaica Avenue and the western side of Woodhaven Blvd. The station has an automated secondary exit at the other end of the station, a staircases leads down from each platform to a station house that has a couple of High Entrance/Exit Turnstiles, and a High Exit Turnstile down from the Queens-bound platform. This staircase only has one street stair to the SW corner of Jamaica Avenue & 95 Street.
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(woodhavenj1) Approaching a station entrance to Woodhaven Blvd.
25 June, 2008
(woodhavenj2) A close up of a Woodhaven Blvd Station sign at a staircase up to the elevated.
25 June, 2008
(woodhavenj3) A profile view of another staircase up to the elevated line at Woodhaven Blvd.
25 June, 2008
(woodhavenj4) The top of a staircase from the street at Woodhaven Blvd, about to enter the station house there.
25 June, 2008
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(woodhavenj5) An Interior view of the station house at Woodhaven Blvd after passing through fare control.
25 June, 2008
(woodhavenj6) A platform sign on the metal windscreen at Woodhaven Blvd.
25 June, 2008
(woodhavenj7) A sign on the side of the cream-colored metal windscreen for Woodhaven Blvd's two station exits.
22 July, 2009
(woodhavenj8) A R42 J train leaves Woodhaven Blvd.
22 July, 2009
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(woodhavenj9) R160A-1 #8372 and the last car of a Jamiaca-bound Z train has left Woodhaven Blvd.
22 July, 2009
(woodhavenj10) R160A-1 #8372 and a Z train continue their Jamaica-bound run after stopping at Woodhaven Blvd.
22 July, 2009
(woodhavenj11) Looking across the tracks at the extreme eastern end of the Woodhaven Blvd Station.
22 July, 2009
(woodhavenj12) Another view down the tracks at Woodhaven Blvd with their gentle curve.
22 July, 2009
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(woodhavenj13) The tracks with their side platforms at Woodhaven Blvd.
22 July, 2009
(woodhavenj14) Looking into the sparse station house for the unstaffed exit to 95 Street.
22 July, 2009
(woodhavenj15) Signs for the two platform directions in the station house at 95 Street.
22 July, 2009
(woodhavenj16) Two High Entrance/Exit Turnstiles that lead into the subway system in the sparse unstaffed station house for the 95 Street exit.
22 July, 2009
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