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Re: Question About New York Subway Junctions

Posted by LA Scott on Thu Mar 8 12:14:43 2018, in response to Re: Question About New York Subway Junctions, posted by chicagomotorman on Thu Mar 8 12:07:30 2018.

From Wikipedia:

On July 29, 1914, the connection to the Broadway-Brooklyn Line was opened, allowing Myrtle Avenue Line trains to operate via the Williamsburg Bridge.[8] Construction on this connection began in August 1913.[9] This service became BMT 10 in 1924, and the original Myrtle Avenue Line service to Park Row became BMT 11, later referred to as M and MJ.

That would put it right in the middle of current junctions in terms of age, which makes sense since half of the current system was built or re-built during the Dual Contracts era.

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