4th Avenue/Culver Viaduct
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(4f17) Looking towards the pair of staircases up to the Coney Island-bound F platform on the upper mezzanine level at 4th Avenue, there are still some windows here allowing natural light to come in.
5 June, 2009
(4f18) A mosaic sign for the BMT subway at 4th Avenue.
5 June, 2009
(4f19) The one staircase down to the Bay Parkway & 95 Street-bound M R platform from the main IND ground-level fare control area at 4th Avenue-9th Street
5 June, 2009
(4f20) A final view of the staircase up to the Manhattan & Queens F platform (M,R is also included).
5 June, 2009
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(4f21) A Manhattan-bound R160 F train leaves 4th Avenue-9th Street.
29 June, 2009
(4f22) There is actual evidence of the bridge across 4th Avenue, with a truss structure between the tracks as well.
29 June, 2009
(4f23) Looking down the Manhattan-bound paltform at 4th Avenue-9th Street towards the lonely staircase at the eastern end of the station for Manhattan M,R trains.
29 June, 2009
(4f24) A to street mosaic sign along the maze of passageways that lead down to Manhattan M,R trains. I'm sorry to say that the IND exit from these passageways at street level hasn't been open for many years. If you were to try and reach the street from here you must go all the way down to the underground M,R platform and leave through its exit that's directly on the platform.
29 June, 2009
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(4f25) Please choose a direction, Manhattan & Queens F, or Church Av & Coney Island F,G. The signage as started to be replaced in preperation of the G's extension to Church Aenue that's a week away.
29 June, 2009
(4f26) A close up of the Church Av & Coney Island F,G sign and the customary Bay Parkway 95 St M,R sign.
29 June, 2009
(4f27) An ADA stencil sign for the F to Coney Island two levels up, and F to Manhattan stairs south.
29 June, 2009
(4f28) The metal sheething that covers what was once-upon-a-time a second station entrance at 4th Avenue.
29 June, 2009
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(4f29) Looking up a staircase up towards the upper landing for the F train's platforms.
29 June, 2009
(4f30) An exterior view of the brickwork beneath the viaduct on the east side of 4th Avenue, towards an abandoned station entrance.
29 June, 2009
(4f31) A close-up of an unlighted IND Style sign above an abandoned entrance to 4th Avenue on the east side of the street.
29 June, 2009
(4f32) A peeling paint metal door across the area that used to be a station entrance to 4th Avenue. This signs on the doors are very old, hand-painted and peeling. One makes reference to the MTA's predecessor, the TA.
29 June, 2009
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