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An area for posting interesting Transit Facts that can be found on the back of some Metro Cards. Here's one: The Jackie Gleason Bus Depot in Brooklyn is the first and only bus facility named for a performer. Gleason played bus operator Ralph Kramden in "The Honeymooners" TV series.

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The (D) train has served the Culver Line (1954-1967), Brighton Line (1968-2004), West End Line and Fourth Avenue (to 36th Street) (2004-) while serving Sixth Avenue, CPW/Saint Nicholas Avenue and the Grand Concourse and Boulevard since December 15, 1940.

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An area for posting interesting Transit Facts that can be found on the back of some Metro Cards. Here's one: The Jackie Gleason Bus Depot in Brooklyn is the first and only bus facility named for a performer. Gleason played bus operator Ralph Kramden in "The Honeymooners" TV series.

 

Jackie Gleason!?!!?! I didn't know that ! *pow right in the kisser*

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I have lots of them.

 

"The highest subway station is Smith-9th Sts (F)(G) in Brooklyn, 88 feet above street level. The lowest station is 191st St (1) in Manhattan, 180 feet below street level."

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The (D) train has served the Culver Line (1954-1967), Brighton Line (1968-2004), West End Line and Fourth Avenue (to 36th Street) (2004-) while serving Sixth Avenue, CPW/Saint Nicholas Avenue and the Grand Concourse and Boulevard since December 15, 1940.

 

 

Actually until July 21, 2001 B)

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