Graham Avenue/14 St-Canarsie Line
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Graham Avenue is a simple two side platform Canarsie Line Station in West Brooklyn. Each platform is completely open with the only supports between the tracks. The stations trim is various shades of green with a golden/yellow border. The background of the name tablets are blue. Each platform has a single fare control area directly on the platform. There is no free transfer between trains in opposite directions. Each exit has two staircases so there are subway entrances on all four corners of the intersection of Graham Avenue and Metropolitan Avenue. The token booth on the Brooklyn-bound side is now a Information only, nothing sold red painted one. The exits are at the 5th car of the train on Brooklyn-bound trains and the third car on Manhattan-bound ones.
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(grahaml1) A G in the station trim along the platform walls at Graham Ave.
22 December, 2008
(grahaml2) A name tablet in good shape at Graham Ave.
22 December, 2008
(grahaml3) A name tablet missing some mosaic tiles at Graham Ave.
22 December, 2008
(grahaml4) A view down the narrow columnless Canarsie-bound platform at Graham Ave, a train has just left.
22 December, 2008
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(grahaml5) A view back down to the fare control area on the platform on the Canarsie-bound side of the station at Graham Ave.
22 December, 2008
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