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New York Region Transit > NYC  > PATH Tubes

33rd Street

City New York Lines Served JSQ-33; HOB-33
Year Opened 1910 Transfers NYC Subway B,D,F,M, N,Q,R, W
NJ Transit, LIRR, Amtrak
Street Location 6th Avenue - 32nd Street Park-n-Ride No
Platform Layout 2 side platforms, 2 island platforms Right-of-Way Subway
# of Tracks 3 tracks Former Name(s)  
Points of Interest This is a busy 3 track terminal for PATH. The station is actually located at 32~31st St. It was cut back from 33rd St. during IND construction. This is a very busy rail location near Herald Square. You have the PATH, 4-track IND 6th Ave, 4-track BMT Broadway, then sandwich the tracks for Amtrak/LIRR tunnels to Penn Station. At one time there was the 6th Ave El as well. 

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A train on standby for rush hour on the center track at 33rd St. The train on the far track is for Hoboken. (8/27/01) Train from Journal Square has just arrived at the 3 track 33rd St. terminal on 6th Ave. (8/27/01)
At the bumper blocks (12/4/17) One of the island platforms (12/4/17)
Next Stop

   To: Hoboken or Journal Sq

To: 33rd Street
23rd Street Terminus
   
 

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