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The mezzanine area at 61 Street-Woodside gets its own page because it is completely shared between the subway and LIRR trains, it houses two staircases down to each of the 3 LIRR platforms (along with an elevator) with the elevator to the street being the one that also serves platform A. These are all on the sides of the building. In the middle of the building is a fenced in area that serves as the subway entrance area with two staircases up to each Flushing Line platform along with their own platform elevators. The subway's turnstiles are towards the end opposite the subway platform elevators, and face the token booth. There is an additional set of two High Exit Turnstiles towards the other end of this area to provide easier access to some of the rail platforms. The LIRR's ticket window is in clear view of the subway turnstiles, open weekdays 6:10am to 6:00pm, and weekends 8:10am to 3:30pm, on the west side of this large mezzanine and there are some LIRR style black benches for waiting passengers. A newsstand is also here. The stop has various banks of both Subway MVMs and LIRR TVMs scattered about. Access to this mezzanine without venturing onto the LIRR platforms (subway passengers do use them) is limited: a narrow, up only escalator from SE corner of 61 Street and Roosevelt Avenue, and a single staircase that curves its way down from the mezzanine level before splitting into two separate sections down to the street near the NE corner. This is along with the shared street elevator down to the NE corner. These entrances are all signed, except for the elevator, in subway black signs and just for the subway.

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The only staircase down to the street from the mezzanine
19 June, 2011
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The only staircase down to the street from the mezzanine
28 May, 2010
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The bottom of a 61 St-Woodside street stair
28 May, 2010
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The bottom of the only street elevator into the station, it connects to 4 other elevators to reach all of the platforms
28 May, 2010
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The elevator has an LIRR style ADA sign
28 May, 2010
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Woodside is home to both New York City Transit and the Long Island Rail Road.
28 May, 2010
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The two stop mezzanine elevator from street level
28 May, 2010
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Stairs or the narrow escalator
28 May, 2010
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Passengers enter the narrow escalator up to the station
28 May, 2010
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The street stair beneath Woodsides underpass has a lighted sign
28 May, 2010
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LIRR waiting area
28 May, 2010
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One of the LIRR platform elevators
28 May, 2010
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LIRR ticket office
28 May, 2010
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TVMs and the subway turnstiles
28 May, 2010
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Subway platform stairs
19 June, 2011
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Approaching the 7 train station
19 June, 2011
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An intermidiate landing of the long entrance staircasetenciled text on the ground of the platform telling people how to operate the doors
19 June, 2011
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The LIRR ticket office closed on a Sunday afternoon
19 June, 2011
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