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Re: NYCTA Brooklyn Division Bus Roster 6/11/91

Posted by B53RICH on Sat Nov 6 15:37:58 2010, in response to Re: NYCTA Brooklyn Division Bus Roster 6/11/91, posted by R32_3672 on Sat Nov 6 15:05:39 2010.

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From Wikipedia.com:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bus_depots_of_the_New_York_City_Transit_Authority


Crosstown Depot (XT)

The Crosstown Depot is located at 65 Commercial Street in the neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. It was open in July 1949 as the Crosstown Trolley Coach and Car Depot to serve 78 trolley coaches and 60 trolley cars. The depot hold 120 buses at capacity. At one time, it operated ten lines: B18, B24, B29, B30, B39, B48, B59, B60, B61 and B62. The depot operations ended on November 7, 1981 because of service reductions and operating cost. It is converted to paint shop and road service operations.

54th Street Depot

The 54th Street Depot was located on Ninth Avenue, between 53rd Street, and 54th Street streets in Midtown Manhattan. It was originally the car barn of the Ninth Avenue Railroad. This depot was demolished, and is currently the Rapid Transit Division's Rail Command Control Center.





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