Knickerbocker Avenue/Myrtle Ave El
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The snow covered northern end of the Metropolitan-bound platform
8 March, 2013
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A Forest Hills-bound R160 M approaches on a snowy day
8 March, 2013
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A Forest Hills-bound R160 M approaches the station
8 March, 2013
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The northern ends of the platform are still narrow, but now with high mess walls instead of a low fence
8 March, 2013
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Blank white windscreens, artwork maybe, advertising panels?
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A R160 M train leaves the modern platform
8 March, 2013
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The mesh windscreens now offer the only views out to the surrounding neighbrohood
8 March, 2013
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A Metropolitan-bound R160 M train begins to enter
8 March, 2013
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R160 #8428 comes to a stop
8 March, 2013
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The snow covered southern end of the platform where no train ever stops
8 March, 2013
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The widscreens don't block all the snow from the platform for a stopping train
8 March, 2013
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The stop board for southbound trains to bypass Central Avenue because it is closed for its reconstruction
14 July, 2013
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