Hoyt Street-Fulton Mall
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The Hoyt Street Station is a simple IRT local stop with two side platforms for 7th Avenue-bound trains (2,3), and the Lexington Avenue-bound trains (4,5) all having to skip the station because the switches between the tracks aren't until after Nevins Street. The station platforms designs through are split between a colorful and seeming to be modern 1980s design with lots of red, including in the wall tiling, and odd-format red Hoyt Street-Fulton Mall signs for the western half of the station and traditional IRT subway station design for the eastern half of the platforms. The 1980s red design, with round red painted columns, (although some are tiled over and round with red tiles), and brown wall tiles with red horizontal stripes are here this is also where full service fare control with turnstiles and the token booth is directly on each platform. Two exits lead out to Bridge Street, near Fulton Street from the Manhattan & the Bronx platform, and the Flatbush/New Lots-bound platform leads out to Hoyt Street.
The eastern half of the station platforms have the old-fashioned more traditional IRT station design, with white tiled over columns, that say Hoyt in tile along them, Hoyt Street-Bridge Street mosaic name tablets in that traditional design, and a narrow grey mosaic line for the trim line. At the extreme eastern ends of the platforms are High Entrance/Exit turnstiles from the Brooklyn-bound platform to Elm Place, and from the Manhattan-bound platform to Duffield Street & Fulton Street.
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(hoytn21) A Hoyt Street-Bridge Street name tablet in the eastern portion of the station that has retained traditional design.
3 February, 2004
(hoytn22) The eastern portion of the Hoyt Street Station with the standard white design and Hoyt written on the tiled over columns.
3 February, 2004
(hoytn23) An older format Hoyt column sign (these have since been replaced by ones that also say Street).
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(hoytn24) A Hoyt Street station entrance from Hoyt Street to the Flatbush & New Lots-bound platform, this exit leads to the 1970s-80s portion of the station and the modern metal design of the entrance staircase reflects this.
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(hoytn25) An ornate no entry staircase into Hoyt Street.
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(hoytn26) A Hoyt Street Station entrance to the Manhattan & Bronx platform to the automated entrance at Duffield Street.
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(hoytn27) A Hoyt Street Station entrance surrounded by scaffolding.
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(hoytn28) A final view of a modern entrance to Hoyt Street.
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(hoytn29) This slightly-more traditional style entrance to Hoyt Street is unusually painted white.
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(hoytn210) A Manhattan-bound 3 train stops at Hoyt Street, in the brown-tiled portion of the station.
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(hoytn211) The turnstiles into the subway in the modern portion of the Manhattan-bound platform at Hoyt Street with its red tiled columns and brown walls with red stripes. There is no bench under the Off Hour Waiting Area signs.
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(hoytn212) A round Hoyt Street column sign on a round column.
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(hoytn213) Looking down the Manhattan-bound side platform at Hoyt Street with its brown walls with red horizontal stripes.
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(hoytn214) A very unusual Hoyt Street-Fulton Mall station text, it's white text on a red background that fits in with the grey background with brown stripes.
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(hoytn215) Still in the newer portion of the station at Hoyt Street, about to abruptly reach the older style part with a lower ceiling, tiled over instead of red columns, and white instead of brown walls.
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(hoytn216) The tall and narrow font Hoyt text on a platform column.
18 June, 2009
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