233 Street

233 Street is a local stop on the White Plains Road Line that has been recently renovated. The station has side platforms and a station mezzaine that has gotten a complete redesign and bears no rezemblence to those at unrenovated stations. An Art's for transit instalation has been installed in A Secret Garden: There's No Place Like Home, 2006 by Skowmon Hastanan. It consists of a number of stained glass panels on the platfroms and in the mezzanine


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(233n21) A Wakefield-bound R142 2 train leaves 233 Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 December, 2006 (233n22) A Wakefield-bound R142 2 train continues up the White Plains Rd Line from 233 Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 December, 2006 (233n23) Stained glass along the Bronx-bound platform at 233 Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 December, 2006 (233n24) The renovated cross-under mezzanine with fare control at 233 Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 December, 2006
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(233n25) Stained glass in the mezzanine along the staircases that lead up to the uptown platform at 233 Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 December, 2006 (233n26) A downtown 6 local train (R142A #7540)enters Parkchester to enter service behind some very old and antique lampposts. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 December, 2006 (233n27) A uptown 6 train (R142A #7545) terminating at Parkchester leaves the station to relay on the middle track beyond the station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 December, 2006 (233n28) A terminating 6 train (R142A #7545) leaves Parkchester to relay on the center track, a second motorman is now at the rear of the trian to make this more efficient. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 29 December, 2006

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