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New York Region Transit > NYC > Subway > Stations > Queens

Rockaway Blvd

Boro Queens Lines Served
Year Opened 1915
Street Location Rockaway Blvd & Liberty Ave Transfers  
Platform Layout 2 side platforms Right-of-Way Elevated
# of Tracks 3 tracks (center track not in revenue service, not stop here. Former Name(s) Beach 105 - Seaside
Points of Interest This station is part of the former Fulton Elevated Line that was rebuilt for heavier trains. It is over Liberty Ave in Queens. Just east of this station is the junction with the Rockaway branch of the A line, making for some interesting photography.
nyc-hr-A-RockawayAv-061904-02.jpg (53461 bytes)Manhattan bound train from the Rockaways entering Rockaway Ave Station on the Pitkin Ave El. (6/19/04) nyc-hr-A-RockawayAv-061904-04.jpg (60890 bytes)Lefferts Blvd train leaving Rockaway Ave, Rockaway bound train duck under at this location. (6/19/04)


To: Far Rockaway-Mott Ave or
Rockaway Park-Beach 116th

 To: Inwood-207th St

Aqueduct-North Conduit 88th Street

To: Ozone Park-Lefferts Blvd

 To: Inwood-207th St

104th Street 88th Street
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