Ralph Avenue/Fulton St
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The Ralph Avenue Station has two side platforms and a full-length mezzanine half of which has been closed off, but is still visible beyond a fenced portion of the platform. Currently the only exit is towards eastern end of the platforms and is simply at the end of the opened mezzanine with the token booth and turnstiles. A closed exit that still has signs beneath the platform name tablets, and is still has mosaics along the mezzanine, used to lead to Howard Avenue. The station has the purple theme with white text on purple name tablets and a purple trim. This platform has no columns but all of those on the mezzanine are painted a turquoise blue with the exception of those around the Special waiting area benches in full view of the token booth that have been painted yellow, the only place in the entire subway system I've scene this. The column probably was painted to frequently either because one of them has a pay phone on it and the sign above it says Bell Atlantic, the phone company before 2000 and Verizon.
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(ralphc1) A purple Ralph Ave name tablet.
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(ralphc2) Looking down the columnless island platform at Ralph Av with one of the staircases up to the mezzanine visible.
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(ralphc3) tiles spelling out Ralph beneath the station's purple trim.
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(ralphc4) Looking across the tracks at Ralph Avenue, A black text on white Ralph original sign are still on a pillars facing the express tracks.
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(ralphc5) The waiting area benches in view of the token booth on the mezzanine at Ralph Avenue, with the columns near them painted yellow.
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(ralphc6) Four turnstiles and a high exit gate are the only ways to leave the subway at Ralph Av.
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(ralphc7) Looking down the mezzanine at Ralph Av that still seems quite long, the simple fence that closes off the other half is in view in the distances.
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(ralphc8) Another view back towards the turnstiles and an older wooden high exit turnstile to the exits to the street on the mezzanine at Ralph Av.
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(ralphc9) A mosaic sign on the mezzanine at Ralph Ave with an arrow pointed towards the exit.
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(ralphc10) A mosaic sign on the mezzanine for the now closed exit to Howard Ave that is currently only partially blacked out.
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(ralphc11) A name tablet at Ralph Ave with the exit beneath it for the now closed exit to Howard Ave.
25 June, 2008
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