104 Street-Oxford Avenue has the standard design for a former BMT Liberty Street Line elevated station. There are two-side platforms each with canopies over most of the platforms minus the extreme ends. The station still has a closed exit (staircases have No Entry sings on them, and are completely fenced over) at the western end of the platforms down to 102 Street with evidence of the abandoned mezzanine station house. The one exit is to full time with the standard small fare control area with one staircase down from each platform and one staircase down to the NW and SW corners of Liberty Avenue and 104th Street with turnstiles and the token booth in a small station house below the tracks.
A closed gate that seems to be unlocked prohibits access from the neighborhood streets to the northern underpass that leads to the racetrack parking lot on the other side and the exit only exit from the Rockaway-bound platform at Aqueduct-North Conduit Avenue.
R44 #5354 and a 207 St-bound A train begin leaving Aqueduct-North Conduit Avenue.
R44 #5354 and the rest of a 207 St-bound A train haven't fully left Aqueduct-North Conduit Avenue before the train begins entering Aqueduct Racetrack.
An uptown A train of R44s enters Aqueduct Racetrack and its short platform, viewed from Aqueduct-North Conduit Avenue.
Looking across to the uptown platform at Aqueduct-North Conduit, that platform wall is entirely a high concrete wall.
A Aqueduct-N Conduit sign in the fence along the Rockaway-bound platform, its a simple low-lying one
A wider view of the simple low fence on the Rockaway-bound platform at Aqueduct-N Conduit.
An exit sign for the two exits from the Rockaway-bound platform. One is to North Conduit Avenue, the other Aqueduct Racetrack open during racing days.
The closed canopied area at the extreme northern end of the Manhattan-bound platform.
The two high exit gates on the Rockaway-bound platform that lead to the racetrack exit.
Looking down the staircase that leads to the tunnel under the subway tracks that leads to the racetrack or to a second exits to the nearby communities
The no entry sign at one end of the tunnel under the subway tracks at the northern end of Aqueduct-N Conduit Avenue.
R44 #5308 and a Far Rockaway-bound A train go over N Conduit Avenue as the train leaves the station.
The two sets of three doors, freshly pained white that lead into the station house area from street level along North Conduit Avenue.
An interior view of the station area outside of fare control at North Conduit Avenue.
A Far Rockaway-bound R46 A train leaves the station
Looking over the former LIRR right of way to 104 Street with an A train half-way out of the station waiting for the Museum Train (that this photo was taken from) to curve onto the el ahead of it coming from the Rockaways
An R46 A train stopped partially in and part out of 104 Street
Curving off of the abandoned LIRR ROW with the 104 Street staiton visible off in the distance
Last Updated: 30 May, 2013
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