NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY HISTORY - FULTON CENTER

FULTON CENTER


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The Fulton Street Transit Center is at the intersection of Fulton and Broadway near John street. It was built in 2005 at ground level over existing older subway stations. This new station will include new underground passageways to consolidate the separate subway stations making travel much easier. The six consolidated stations are as follows:



1) Fulton Street on the IRT Seventh Ave and trains, (opened 8/1/1918)
2) Fulton Street on the IRT Lexington Ave and trains, (opened 1/16/1905)
3) Broadway/Nassau Street on the IND Eighth Ave and trains, (opened 2/11/1933)
4) World Trade Center on the IND Eighth Ave train, (opened 9/10/1932)
5) Fulton Street on the BMT Nassau street and trains, (opened 6/13/1931)
6) Cortlandt Street on the BMT Broadway train, (opened 4/14/1918)

Fulton Street Transit Center, Manhattan 2005



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