West Fourth Street–Washington Square (New York City Subway ...
West Fourth Street–Washington Square is an express station and transfer stop on the IND Sixth Avenue and IND Eighth Avenue Lines of the New York City Subway, located at the intersection of West Fourth Street and Sixth Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) in Greenwich Village, Manhattan.
14th Street Sixth Avenue (New York City Subway)
14th Street Sixth Avenue is an underground New York City Subway station complex in the Chelsea district of Manhattan on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line, the BMT Canarsie Line and the IND Sixth Avenue Line.
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Von den 468 bedienten Stationen liegen 277 im Tunnel, 153 aufgeständert, 29 auf einem Bahndamm und neun im Einschnitt. Die relativ höchstgelegene Station ist Smith 9 Streets an der IND Culver Line in Brooklyn; sie befindet sich auf einer Brücke über den Gowanuskanal und liegt 26,8 Meter über Straßenniveau.
.nycsubway.org: BMT 4th Avenue Line
Overview. The 4th Avenue (Brooklyn) subway began service on June 22nd, 1915. It connected with the BMT's Sea Beach line to Coney Island, as well as the Manhattan Bridge and ran to Chambers Street, Manhattan, over the Manhattan Bridge.
mta.info | Accessibility
Same Platform Transfers at Non Accessible Subway Stations . At some non accessible stations you can transfer on the same platform for a train that later stops at an accessible station.
.nycsubway.org: IRT West Side Line
Dual Contracts Extension, Park Place, William and Clark Street Section. The Brooklyn extension was known as the "Park Place, William and Clark Street Subway" during construction, and included stations at Wall Street, Fulton Street, and Park Place.
New York Songlines: 9th Street
Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window takes place at 125 W. 9th Street an address that does not exist. Jefferson Market Garden Garden on site of former Women's House of Detention.
Directions | NYCruise
For directions to or from a specific destination, please use the map above. All cars enter the Terminal from the north at the intersection of 55th Street and 12th Avenue (State Route 9A).
Where do you want to get baked? | Baked
Directions BY SUBWAY. Take the F or G train to Smith 9th Street or the R to 9th Street and hop on the B61 bus headed towards IKEA. That will take you into Red Hook and drop you off right in front of Baked!
17 Things to Do in Red Hook, Brooklyn | StreetEasy
Whether you’re a New York City native or a newbie or simply passing through, looking for things to do, you owe Red Hook a visit. This Brooklyn waterfront neighborhood may be far from the subway, but it mixes classic NYC grit with deep historical roots, cobblestone streets, beautiful views and a growing arts scene.