181 Street (1)

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(181n11) A name tablet at 181 Street (1,9) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 13 April, 2003 (181n12) A sign to bypass 191 Street at 181 Street (1,9) when it was closed from July-December 2003. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 October, 2003 (181n13) Looking down off the overpass to the elevators at 181 Street (1,9) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 20 June, 2003 (181n14) Looking down from the overpass onto a redbird during a Fan trip (redbird ramble) at 181 Street (1,9) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 21 December, 2003
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(181n15) Looking down from the overpass onto a redbird during a Fan trip (redbird ramble) the Bronx-bound platform is crowded at 181 Street (1,9). Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 21 December, 2003 (181n16) A 181st Street column tiling has been scratched to say 184. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 27 March, 2004 (181n17) Looking down the extended portion of the platform at 181 Street, with boring tiled columns. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 6 February, 2005 (181n18) An R62A 9 train leaves 181 Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 17 February, 2005
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(181n19) 181 Street viewed from the overpass to the elevators as a 1 train enters. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 April, 2005 (181n110) A pigeon along the rafters at 181 Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 14 October, 2005 (181n111) A view of the historic and unique fully open tube with no central support columns at 181 Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 14 October, 2005 (181n112) The Museum train of Low-Vs makes a photo stop at 181 Street on a fan trip. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 21 November, 2004
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(181n113) Another view of the museum train of Low-Vs making a photo stop at 181 Street from more of a side angle. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 21 November, 2004 (181n114) A side view of Low-V #5292 from the 181 Street overpass running on a fan trip. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 21 November, 2004 (181n115) A close up of all the railfans standing, looking out the front window of Low-V #5292 stopped at 181 Street on a fan trip. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 21 November, 2004 (181n116) Looking down towards the southern end of the platforms at 181 Street, pidgeons frolic in the stations large and roomy curved cielings. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 21 November, 2004
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