145 Street (A,B,C,D)


The Upper Mezzanine: 145 Street has a two separate upper mezzanines, one leads to 145 Street, one to 147 Street, at one time it was continuous, a transit police precinct now exists in the center. The mezzanines also serves as vital crossovers allowing passengers to switch from downtown A,C trains from Washington Heights to B and D trains from the Bronx and vise-versa. Throughout the station the color scheme is yellow trim and columns. One Direct up escalator leads from the uptown Lower-Level concourse platform to the mezzanine.

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(145m1) A wall on the mezzanine with a sign pointing towards 145 Street (A,B,C,D). Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 19 December, 2003 (145m2) Looking down the northern (147 St) mezzanine at 145 Street (A,B,C,D). Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 25 January, 2004

A C The Washington Heights Line Upper Level platforms are the middle level with 4 tracks. A number of staircases lead both up to the mezzanine and down to the lower level Concourse Line Platforms.

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(145a1) Looking down the downtown (A,C) Platform at 145 Street (A,B,C,D). Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 19 December, 2003 (145a2) The platform walls look the same on both levels this one is on the northbound upper level (A,C) Platform at 145 Street (A,B,C,D) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 19 December, 2003 (145a3) Going down to the D on the uptown (A,C) platform between levels at 145 Street (A,B,C,D) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 19 December, 2003 (145a4) An A (R-44) stopped at 145 Street (A,B,C,D) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 25 January, 2004. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 19 December, 2003
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(145a5) Going up to the mezzanine at 145 Street (A,B,C,D) the ceiling on the upper level is high Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 25 January, 2004Part of Art's For Transit at Yankee Stadium. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 19 December, 2003 (145a6) A not in service A (R-44) bound for Rockaway Park (begins service at 59 St) stopped for a red signal with just 1/2 the front car inside 145 Street (A,B,C,D) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 February, 2004 (145a7) An R-32 C train at 145 St (A,C,B,D) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 20 August, 2004 (145a8) R44 #5238 stops at 145 Street on the downtown local track. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 March, 2004

B D The Lower Level Concourse Line platform is a single flight below the upper level Washington Heights Branch platform. The Level has three tracks and is unusual. The uptown platform occupies the space of the same platform upstairs and what would be the uptown express track. Then there is a middle track that is used by D Concourse express trains during peak direction rush hours and by the B when it terminates here. The Downtown platform is regular size.

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(145d1) Looking down the double width uptown lower level platform at 145 Street (A,B,C,D) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 19 December, 2003 (145d2) Since it is the middle of the day a B (R-68) terminates at 145 Street (A,B,C,D) in the center track. Had I known that there was a B train, I could have walked down a flight and gone through the train. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 19 December, 2003 (145d3) A Bronx-bound B (R-40S) at 145 Street (A,B,C,D) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 February, 2004/td> (145d4) A Bronx-bound B (R-40S) leaving 145 Street (A,B,C,D) Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 February, 2004
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(145d5) Looking accross the double width 145th Street platform. A hanging station sign is vislbe as well as one directing passengers to either of the escalators. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2007 (145d6) Another view down the extremely wide uptown Concourse Line lower level platform at 145th Street. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2007

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