MTA New York City Subway : 57th Street - 6th Avenue [ IND 6th Avenue Line ]
FASTRACK IND 6th Ave Line: R160A-2 Q Train at 57th St-6th Ave (Late Nights)
FASTRACK IND 6th Ave Line: R160B Siemens Q Train at 57th St-6th Ave (Late Nights)
IND 6th Avenue Express: 57th Street-6th Avenue bound R-160B Q express train @ Grand Street!
IND/BMT R160 (M) Starts and Ends at 57th Street / 6th Avenue [Plus Brooklyn (F)]
IND Subway Ride: Coney Island Bound R160 (F) Train From 57th Street to York Street
IND 6th Ave Line: R160A-1 M Train at 57th St via F Line (Brooklyn Bound) (Late Night G.O.)
IND Subway Ride: Jamaica-179th Street Bound R160 (F) Train From York Street to 57th Street
Two Jamaica, Kings Highway & Coney Island Bound R160A / R160B (F) Trains @ 57th Street (6th Avenue)
R160A E and F trains at 57th Street
IND Subway: Ad-Wrapped R160 (F) Train Departs W. 57th Street
IND 6th Avenue Line: Brooklyn bound R-160B F express train @ 34th Street-Herald Square *800th vid*!
IND 6th Ave Line: R160A-2 E Train & R46 F Train at 57th St (Late Night G.O.)
IND Sixth Avenue Subway: 57th St-6th Ave Bound R160 (M) Train Departs Rockerfeller Center
IND 6th Avenue Express: 2008 Kawasaki R-160B Siemens #9043 Q train recording!
MTA New York City Subway : Rerouted (Q) & (R) Trains @ Grand Street [ IND 6th Avenue Line ]
FASTRACK IND 6th Ave Line: R160B Siemens Q Train at 42nd St-Bryant Park (Late Nights)
FASTRACK IND 6th Ave Line: R160A-2/R160B Q Train at West 4th St (Late Nights)
FASTRACK IND 6th Ave Line: R160A-2 Q Train at Grand St-Chrystie St (Late Nights)
IND 6th Avenue Line: Brooklyn bound R-46 F local train leaving 14th Street!
MTA FASTRACK (2013): BMT R160B (Q) Train Ends and Begins at W. 57th St / 6th Ave
MTA New York City Subway : Delancey Street [ IND 6th Avenue Line ]
IND Brooklyn, 57th Street & 179th Street Bound R160 (F) and (M) Train at 14th Street on a Saturday
IND Subway: R68 (D) and R160 (Q) at Broadway / Lafayette Street
IND R160 (E) and (M) train via the 63rd Street (F) line at 57th Street / 6th Avenue
IND Sixth Avenue:34th Street -- Herald Square:57th Street M Bound Train
MTA FASTRACK (2013): BMT R160 (Q) Trains at W. 4th St
FASTRACK IND 6th Ave Line: R160B Siemens Q Train at Grand St-Chrystie St (Late Nights)
57th Street - 6th Avenue Bound Train Of R160A-1s On The M @ The Williamsburg Bridge
IND Jamaica Center Bound R160 (E) via the (F) at 57th St. [HD]
MTA FASTRACK:R160B Q Train@57th Street/6th Avenue
57th Street - 6th Avenue Bound Train Of R160Bs With Siemens Propulsion On The Q @ Grand Street
Map of the Sixth Avenue Line
FASTRACK IND 8th Ave Line: R160A-2 F Train at 34th St-Penn Station (Queens Bound)
FASTRACK IND 6th Ave Line: R160B Siemens Q Train at West 4th St (Late Nights)
23rd Street (6th Avenue Line)!
Sixth Avenue Subway Action @ West 4th Street [Feat. R68's, R68A's, R160A's & R160B's] | Lower Level
IND 6th Avenue line: Jamaica bound R46 (F) Train at 34 Street-Herald Square
MTA Fastrack R-3D: IND (A) (C) (D) (E) (F) at 42nd Street / PABT (R32 / R46 / R68 / R160)
MTA Fastrack R-3F: 21st Street Bound R160 (Q) at 63rd St / Lex (With Announcements)
NYC Subway Fastrack: On-Board R160 # 8948 On The (Q) From 57th Street-6th Avenue To West 4th Street
MTA Fastrack R-3A: IND (A) (C) (D) (E) (F) trains at 23rd Street (R32 / R46 / R68 / R160)
IND 6th Ave Line: R160A-2 E Train at 47-50th Sts Rockefeller Center (Weekend)
MTA Fastrack R-3B: IND R68 (D) train Begins and Ends at Whitehall Street (BMT Station)
IND Sixth Avenue Subway: Queens Bound R160 (M) Local Train @ West 4th Street
MTA Fastrack R-3C: BMT R160 (Q) train ends at 21st Street - Queensbridge
MTA Fastrack R-3E: IND / BMT R68 (D) and R160 (N) at Jay St / MetroTech Station
FASTRACK IND 8th Ave Line: R160A-2 F Train at 23th St (Queens Bound)
FASTRACK IND 8th Ave Line: R68 D Train at 34th St-Penn Station (Downtown Bound)
NYC Subway Fastrack: R160 (Q) Exterior Destination Sign To 57th Street-6th Avenue
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
57th Street is a station on the IND Sixth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. Located at the intersection of 57th Street and Sixth Avenue in Manhattan, it is served by the train at all times. North of the station, the line turns east and becomes the F IND 63rd Street Line.
History [ edit ]
57th Street opened on July 1, 1968 as one of two stations added during construction of the
Chrystie Street Connection, the other being Grand Street. Upon its opening, the station acted as the terminus of two services, the and B , the former during rush hour and the latter during off-peak hours. The KK B ran to Coney Island via the Manhattan Bridge and the West End Line while the KK ran to 168th Street via the Williamsburg Bridge and Jamaica Line. The KK was renamed as the K and truncated to Broadway Junction in 1974 and eliminated in 1976 altogether. In 1978, the MTA created the [2 ] JFK Express service to the eponymous airport, with 57th Street acting as the northern terminal of the route.
The reconstruction of the Manhattan Bridge caused radical service changes at the station. The
was re-routed to its current route down Central Park West via the B Seventh Avenue station to the Sixth Avenue Line and was replaced by the to Grand Street. S In 1988, the [3 ] became a Sixth Avenue service and ran via the Manhattan Bridge to the Q Brighton Line, acting as an express in Brooklyn; when the 63rd Street Tunnel opened in 1989, the Q was simultaneously extended to the new terminal at 21st Street – Queensbridge. The B, and eventually the , replaced the F Q in 1990.
Station layout [ edit ]
57th Street utilizes a simple two tracks and a single
island platform setup common to terminal stations. Except for the removal of exit slam gates at fare controls, much of the station design remains unchanged from 1968 opening. Even the "Next Train" indicator lights are still hanging from the platform ceiling, dating from the period when the station was a terminal. The tower and the crew area still exist. They were abandoned after the 1989 63rd Street extension to 21st Street – Queensbridge, but were back in service in 1998 when trains from Sixth Avenue terminated here due to long term construction work that necessitated a shuttle train from Queensbridge to 57th Street – Seventh Avenue on the BMT Broadway Line. Once all construction work was completed on the 63rd Street Connector to the IND Queens Boulevard Line in December 2001, the tower was permanently abandoned.
This station features one of the last surviving
telephone booths, located inside one of the three fare control areas at mezzanine level. The door on the booth is broken. A plaque dedicated to retired Colonel John T. O'Neill, who served as the New York City Transit Authority's Chief Engineer until his death in 1978, sits next to the booth on the west wall. The island platform is comparatively wide. There are six staircases to the platform and eight street staircases spread on both sides of Sixth Avenue from 56th to 57th Streets. The station walls are plain white, with "57th St" appearing on the wall.
In popular culture [ edit ]
57th Street is shown briefly in the later season opening credits of the sitcom
as main characters Rhoda Rhoda and Brenda just miss a train. 57th Street appears in the 1992 film
. Gangsters Harry and Marv can be seen exiting onto Sixth Avenue from the station. The Home Alone 2: Lost in New York JFK Express label is still visible. 57th Street appears in the 2011 film "
A Very Harold And Kumar 3D Christmas" in the scene when Harold and Kumar are carrying a Christmas tree " Neil Patrick Harris" gave them before getting kidnapped by the Ukrainian mobsters. 57th Street appears in the movie Beat Street 1984, where the battle between the Rock Steady Crew and the New York City Breakers take place.
57th Street appears in the 1973 crime film
Serpico which stars Al Pacino.
References [ edit ]
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