Whitehall Street-BMT Montague Street Tunnel
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The hanging signs say Whitehall Street with South Ferry in smaller text
30 December, 2008
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The sign for the W on its terminating track
30 December, 2008
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The blur or a Manhattan-bound R train entering beneath the large sign over it's track saying how to get to Astoria on weekends, 34 St as the transfer point is arbitrary
30 December, 2008
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At the northern exit towards Stone Street
30 December, 2008
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A sign for the escalator up to Stone Street notice the tiled trimline of the platform wall
30 December, 2008
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The exit to Stone Street the turnstiles closed since this was before they could be left unstaffed
30 December, 2008
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A mosaic for Stone St
30 December, 2008
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The short staircase up to two unique street stairs
30 December, 2008
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Passengers walking through the underpass
30 December, 2008
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Looking down the street stairs at the Stone Street end of the station in front of US Bankruptcy Court
30 December, 2008
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Looking back from the uptown side to the underpass
30 December, 2008
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The station name sign on the unusual entrance in front of US Bankruptcy Court
30 December, 2008
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The signs for the exit to South Ferry and the bullet of the new 1 train connection
5 June, 2009
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The mosaic sign for Whitehall St beneath the two old street stairs up to it
19 May, 2010
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Outside of fare control at the bank of turnstiles leading directly to the R platform, the full time token booth is shared with the 1 train's end of the mezzanine
19 May, 2010
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Looking down a platform at Whitehall street the countdown clock is under test and showing jibberish
6 September, 2011
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The turnstiles at the Whitehall Street end of the mezzanine, notice the new sign for the Select Bus Service and the escalator and elevator pictorialgram
6 September, 2011
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Signs That the 3rd Rail is still alive in the still closed Montague Street Tunnel beyond the station and to only open the S/B platform doors
4 December, 2012
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The closed Brooklyn-bound track after Superstorm Sandy
4 December, 2012
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White damage, salt perhaps in a still unopened local track at Whitehall Street
4 December, 2012
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