4th Avenue/Culver Viaduct
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(4f33) Doors into the entrance to 4th Avenue-9th Street, with art-deco style lines on the brickwork around the station entrance, and an old illuminated original IND subway sign.
29 June, 2009
(4f34) Another doorway beneath the viaduct at 4th Avenue-9th Street, with a illuminated obelisk saying subway above the doorways.
29 June, 2009
(4f35) A close up of an illuminated subway obelisk above a doorway into 4th Avenue-9th Street.
29 June, 2009
(4f36) Looking into the station at 4th Avenue from the main station entrance.
29 June, 2009
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(4f37) Approaching the bank of turnstiles into 4th Avenue-9th Street, the sign above them has been replaced with Entry: F,G,M,R.
29 June, 2009
(4f38) A R46 G train of the short, standard 4-car length stops at 4 Ave-9 Street.
6 August, 2009
(4f39) Looking down the Manhattan-bound platform at 4 Ave-9 St.
6 August, 2009
(4f40) A sign for the Manhattan & Queens F platform in the station's main mezzanine area
16 March, 2004
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(4f41) Percipitation falls on the 4 Avenue subway station
16 March, 2004
(4f42) The snow falls on the concrete elevated structure that is 4th Avenue
16 March, 2004
(4f43) A R46 F train enters 4 Avenue in some snow
16 March, 2004
(4f44) A a landing a simple To Street sign that isn't too accurant (Street requires walking down the Manhattan-bound R platform to its exit, the exit directly from these passageways are long closed)
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(4f45) A gated off area with shovels and lockers on the staircase up to the Church Avenue and Coney Island-bound platform
(4f46) The single staircase up to the Coney Island-bound paltform from Manhattan-bound R trains
(4f47) A staircase continuing down tiled for the BMT Subway
(4f48) Probably original text for the telephone number for the turnstile section of the IND/City of New York on the abaonded exit to the east side of 4 Avenue, the passageway provides the connection to Manhattan-bound R trains
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