Avenue P/BMT Culver El
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Avenue P is a relatively sleepy station on the Culver Line, the station has a single entrance at the middle of the station platfomrs. The station has two side platforms for the three track line, that are canopied and windscreened only towards their mid-sections at are completely exposed to the elements, with just a small safety railing. This means waiting passengers have quite a good view from the station of the rooftops of South Brooklyn. Two staircases from each platform lead down to the central fare control area with its turnstiles and token both inside. Two staircases lead down from the station house beneath the tracks, to the NE corner, and to the SW corner of Avenue P and McDonald Avenue.

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(ave_pf1) The southern end of the Coney Island-bound platform at Avenue P with a train stopped in the station, the rooftops of Brooklyn are visible beyond the low railing.
6 July, 2009
(ave_pf2) A Avenue P platform sign above the low railing, buildings serve as the backdrop.
6 July, 2009
(ave_pf3) Approaching the windscrened and canopied portion of the platform at Avenue P.
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(ave_pf4) Looking across to the Manhattan-bound platform at Avenue P, in its windscreened section.
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(ave_pf5) The two staircases down to Avenue P's only exit from the Manhattan-bound platform.
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(ave_pf6) Looking towards the northern end of the Avenue P, station, the Empire State Building and more of Manhattan's Skyline are the backdrop.
6 July, 2009
(ave_pf7) An end of the platform at Avenue P trees and a satellite dish are the backdrop.
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(ave_pf8) A F to Stillwell Avenue, all times sign at Avenue P.
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(ave_pf9) Approaching the two staircases from the Coney Island-bound platform to the only exit at Avenue P.
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(ave_pf10) Inside the small station house beneath the tracks at Avenue P, turnstiles and an electric heater are visible.
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(ave_pf11) Doors lead from the streetside of Avenue P into the station, the token booth facing the turnstiles are visible through these open doors.
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(ave_pf12) Beneath the tracks at Avenue P, a side of the station, house painted white with its boarded up windows.
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(ave_pf13) A street staircase to Avenue P.
6 July, 2009
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