Broad Channel
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A view of the South Swing Bridge with Hammels Wye (where the two Rockaway branches split) visible in addition to some ducks.
30 March, 2005
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A train of R44s and one of R38s pass each other approaching the center of the Jamaica Bay South Swing Bridge.
30 March, 2005
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Broad Channel is written in 1950s tile along the Manhattan-bound platform near the exit.
29 December, 2008
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1950s tiling saying To Cross-Over and Street at the staircase up to the overpass with fare control at Broad Channel.
29 December, 2008
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Looking up the single staircase from the Manhattan-bound platform to the mezzanine with the blue doors into the station house visible in the distance .
29 December, 2008
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A Far Rockaway-bound R38 A train has almost fully left Broad Channel to begin going over the second and Southern Swing Bridge.
29 December, 2008
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A Far Rockaway-bound R38 A train begins its trip to approach the South Swing Bridge after stopping at Broad Channel.
29 December, 2008
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A view of the building along the Rockaways-bound platform at Broad Channel that I believe is a substation, the platform canopies cover a good portion of the station platforms.
29 December, 2008
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The windscreen between the blue platform lampposts at the front of the Manhattan-bound platform at Broad Channel.
29 December, 2008
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A Far Rockaway-bound R46 A train leaves to cross over the South Swing Bridge
26 July, 2010
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The A train has punched for Far Rockaway as it leaves to cross Jamaica Bay
26 July, 2010
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A Manhattan-bound A train enters Broad Channel
26 July, 2010
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A Manhattan-bound A train leaves Broad Channel
26 July, 2010
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A Manhattan-bound A train keeps leaving
26 July, 2010
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Looking out the Rockaways Here We Come! reinogural special, the new black light fixtures I notice immediately
26 July, 2010
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Looking out the window of the R6 #1000 at an A train passing through the station
26 July, 2010
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The platform is crowded with MTA employees while the dignitaries and the press explored the restored fare control area
26 July, 2010
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I don't know the last time I saw so many MTA vests on a platform
26 July, 2010
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R1 #100 with the Rockaway Here We Come! on a press visit, the station will reopen to the public in about an hour
26 July, 2010
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R1 #100 pauses for a press and dignitary stop (the front storm door is open) at Broad Channel on the re-inaugural run
26 July, 2010
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