Franklin Avenue/Fulton St
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Life and Continued Growth, 1999, Faceted glass on wall at top of station building, By Eric Pryor
It consists of many stained glass panels in that form the windows of the passageway at the top of the station building from the Shuttle platform to elevator down to street level and the short staircase down to the Bridge across Fulton Street for connections to Manhattan-bound C trains. The images in the panel are extremely abstract and not really describable.
All photos are by Jeremiah Cox, 28 May, 2009
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