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Abandoned and Disused Stations

From nycsubway.org

Many stations of the New York City subway system have fallen into disuse or have been abandoned, no longer used by the Transit Authority for their original purpose: serving passengers. Some stations are fully abandoned, rotting away and seen only from passing trains. Others are in use as storage facilities. Some have extra platforms that were closed long ago. And some, like City Hall, are architectural marvels that give a glimpse into the city's past.


City Hall IRT

Brooklyn Bridge (Local and Express Platforms)

Worth Street

18th Street

91st Street

Nevins Street (Lower Level)

South Ferry (Loop Stations)

City Hall BMT (Lower Level)

Chambers Street (Unused Platforms)

Dean Street

9th Avenue (Lower Level)

42nd Street-Port Authority (Lower Level)

Bergen Street (Lower Level)

Court Street (New York Transit Museum)

Myrtle Avenue/Broadway (Upper Level)

Roosevelt Avenue (Terminal Station)








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