207 Street
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207 Street is a typical station on thNorthern Broadway elevated line that was reconstructed in 1990. The stop has two side platforms for the three track line with canopied areas in the single exit at then middle of the station, the ends of both platforms are exposed to the elements and all four ends except the southern end of the uptown platform have the low old IRT elevated fences. The soutnern end of the uptown platform has the windscreen treatment preventing looking into the 207 Street yard. The exits from the uptown platform consist of High Exit Turnstile leading down to the NE corner and a High Entrance/Exit Turnstile to the SE corner (the only way to board an uptown train) of 10 Avenue and 207 Street. The downtown platform has the station house which is small and has no real place to wait beyond fare control inside for the train beyond the turnstiles. Street stairs lead out to SE corner, but a walkway leads down to the SW corner because 207 Street is so wide and intersects with 10 Avenue at an angle. Presently (December 2010) the station is getting a bit of a facelift, the platform canopies are being replaced amoung other things revealling a stange view of only the canopies beams

Art For Transit at 207 Street Arts For Transit at 207 Street
Elevated Nature I
1991
Cast Cement on downtown platform on the outside of the station house
By Wopo Holup
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(207n11) A 207 Street sign on the windscreen.
7 September, 2003
(lowv8) From the platform at 207 Street (1,9) the Low-Vs go back down to their yard to get fixed. Fan Trip
6 November, 2004
(lowv9) The Low-Vs go back down to their yard viewed from the platform at 207 Street (1,9) Fan Trip
6 November, 2004
(lowv10) The Low-Vs go back down to their yard viewed from the platform at 207 Street (1,9) Fan Trip
6 November, 2004
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(207n12) R33ML #9068 now painted green, on the center track at 207th Street, after leaving the 207th Street yard to run light to Grand Central to start a fan trip. It's waiting for R62A #2461 on the 1 in revenue service to pass it.
27 February, 2005
(207n13) R33ML #9068 now painted green, on the center track at 207th Street, rinning light to 59th Street to begin a Fan Trip.
27 February, 2005
(207n14) R33ML #9068 now painted green, on the center track at 207th Street, rinning light to 59th Street to begin a Fan Trip.
27 February, 2005
(207n15) R33ML #9068 now painted green, on the center track just south of 207th Street, rinning light to 59th Street to begin a Fan Trip.
27 February, 2005
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(207n16) A 6 car train of R33MLs now painted in their various original color skeams just south of 207th Street.
27 February, 2005
(207n17) An uptown R62A 1 train leaves 207th Street with snow pouring down on it.
12 February, 2006
(207n18) Looking down a snow covered uptown platform at 207th Street.
12 February, 2006
(207n19) Snow blows off the station canopy at 207th Street.
12 February, 2006
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(207n110) An Uptown R62A 1 train running through the snowflakes goes around the curve to enter 207th Street.
12 February, 2006
(207n111) An Uptown R62A 1 train enters 207th Street in the snow.
12 February, 2006
(207n112) R62A #2375 and an uptown train leave 207 Street.
11 March, 2007
(207n113) Two R62A 1 trains pass at 215 Street zoomed in from 207 Street.
11 March, 2007
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(207n114) A downtown R62A 1 train enters 207 Street.
11 March, 2007
(207n115) The station house viewed from 207 Street is at an angle Post Avenue because of Inwood's strange street grid
31 December, 2010
(207n116) Another view of the angled Broadway intersection with West 207 Street before the University Heights Bridge. The subway stations headhouse is clearly visible with its ornamentation
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