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(257k, 1044x703)<br><b>Country:</b> United States<br><b>City:</b> New York<br><b>System:</b> New York City Transit<br><b>Location:</b> Coney Island/Stillwell Avenue<br><b>Car:</b> BMT A/B-Type Standard  <br><b>Photo by:</b> Brian J. Cudahy<br><b>Date:</b> 1954<br><b>Notes:</b> Summer of 1954, a two-car cut of B units waits on Track D at Stillwell Avenue, soon to be coupled onto a six-car train to make an eight-car consist for the evening rush hour. Look closely at the Culver train on Track E. Roll sign reads CULVER EXP. and KINGS HIGHWAY. A three-car midday Culver Local has been expanded into a six-car Culver Express, and on its return trip from lower Manhattan will terminate at Kings Highway and passengers beyond this point will transfer to ex-el cars for the final portion of their trip.<br><b>Viewed (this week/total):</b> 0 / 769


(257k, 1044x703)
Country: United States
City: New York
System: New York City Transit
Location: Coney Island/Stillwell Avenue
Car: BMT A/B-Type Standard
Photo by: Brian J. Cudahy
Date: 1954
Notes: Summer of 1954, a two-car cut of B units waits on Track D at Stillwell Avenue, soon to be coupled onto a six-car train to make an eight-car consist for the evening rush hour. Look closely at the Culver train on Track E. Roll sign reads "CULVER EXP." and "KINGS HIGHWAY." A three-car midday Culver Local has been expanded into a six-car Culver Express, and on its return trip from lower Manhattan will terminate at Kings Highway and passengers beyond this point will transfer to ex-el cars for the final portion of their trip.
Viewed (this week/total): 0 / 769



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