111 Street-Greenwood Avenue has standard design for what was originally a BMT Liberty Avenue Line elevated station. There are two-side platforms each with canopies over most of the platforms minus the extreme ends. The platforms are fully windscreened The station still has two open exits at either end of the platforms. At the eastern end is the full time exit with the standard small fare control area with one staircase down from each platform and one staircase down to either side of Liberty Avenue and 111th Street with turnstiles and the token booth in a small station house below the tracks. There is still a formerly part time exit at the other end of the platform, to 109th Street, very recently it has been made completely automated and now only has some High Entrance Turnstiles and MVMs. The station house is the same size as the full time one to 80th Street.
Approaching the Staffed entrance to 111 Street along Liberty Avenue.
Looking across Liberty Avenue to another entrance to 111 Street.
Looking down the sidewalk along Liberty Avenue with the side of the el quite close to buildings, a typical NYC street scene with an elevated subway above it.
The outside area at the staffed entrance from 111 Street with the entrance to the station house visible.
The eastern end of the platforms at 111 Street-Greenwood Av, paint is peeling from the windscreens.
The setting sun glaring of the columns holding up the windscreen at 111 Street-Greenwood Av.
A 111 St-Greenwood Av platform sign on the windscreen and leaning benches on the platform at that stop.
A sign in the middle of the platform for the station's two exit's to 109 St or 111 St & Liberty Avenue.
The glare of the setting sun off the tracks at 111 Street-Greenwood Av.
A Manhattan-bound R44 A train begins to enter 111 Street-Greenwood Av.
A Manhattan-bound R44 A train enters 111 Street-Greenwood Av.
The back of a Lefferts Blvd-bound train stopped in the station
The unstaffed western station house, Manhattan-bound A trains are currently running via the middle track here (bypassing 104 and 111 Streets), there isn't any tape
A platform sign on the windscreens that will soon be renovated
A Lefferts Blvd-bound A train leaves the station to finally terminate as a Manhattan-bound A train approaches to bypass it on the middle track due to track work
R46 #6244 bypasses the station
R46 #6244 continues bypassing
A Manhattan-bound A train bypasses because of midday construction
Last Updated: 27 September, 2013
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