36 Avenue-Washington Av
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36 Avenue-Washington Avenue is a local stop on the BMT Astoria Line with two side platforms for the three-tracked line. The platforms are only windscreened beneath their canopies except for the southern end of the Manhattan-bound platform where it extends down is also fully winscreened. In the middle of the platform there are two staircases from each platform that lead down to a station house and fare control area beneath the tracks. Here there is a newsstand and a decent sized area outside of fare control before there is a single bank of turnstiles facing a token booth that barely seems to fit and walkways to street stairs to the SE and SW corners with one doubling back by two of the staircases up to the Manhattan-bound platform to reach the NE corner of 36 Avenue
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(36n1) The platforms at 36 Avenue bathed in low-light
11 March, 2004
(36n2) A 36 Av-Washington Av platform sign
11 March, 2004
(36n3) Looking down towards the platform exits, with their windscreens and canopies
11 March, 2004
(36n4) Zooming through the canopied portion of 36 Av
11 March, 2004
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(36n5) A R68 N train begins to leave a snow covered 36 Av
14 February, 2006
(36n6) R43 #4379 and a Manhattan-bound W train leaves 36 Av
14 February, 2006
(36n7) Zoomed in from 36 Av R43 #4379 is about to enter 39 Av
14 February, 2006
(36n8) Looking towards the windscreened portions of the 39 Av platforms
14 February, 2006
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(36n9) An Astoria-bound R68 N train
14 February, 2006
(36n10) Walking down 36 Av approaching its subway station
24 May, 2010
(36n11) Looking up to the 36 Av subway station from its sidewalk
24 May, 2010
(36n12) A street entrance to 36 Avenue
24 May, 2010
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(36n13) The back of the staircases up to the Manhattan-bound platform with the fence requiring passengers to go around to the turnstiles
24 May, 2010
(36n14) This narrow passageway leads to the token booth
24 May, 2010
(36n15) The small bank of turnstiles
24 May, 2010
(36n16) The wide waiting area where a newsstand faces the turnstiles
24 May, 2010
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