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MattTrain

My 2000 subway map

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This is a scan of my January 2000 NYC Subway map. This is the oldest subway map I have right now. Sorry for the cut ins, it is a laminated version of the map. Only the bottom half is shown, and it doesn't include the Rockaways, sorry.

 

Here it is

 

Mapone.jpg

 

If you didn't remember what lines were running before the Manhattan Bridge reconstruction project on the north tracks, here it is

 

The (D) (local) and (Q6) (express) via the Brighton Line.

 

The (B) runs via West End, terminates at 36th Street during Late nights.

 

The (N) is running via Lower Manhattan. (only express in Brooklyn, rush hours and middays)

 

The (V) and (W) weren't placed into service yet.

 

The (9) is still a skip-stop service to the (1)

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This is a super high resolution low quality piece of the same section of the 2000 MTA NYC Subway map that Matthew posted.

 

2000_MTA_NYC_Subway_Map_Sample.jpg

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This is a super high resolution low quality piece of the same section of the 2000 MTA NYC Subway map that Matthew posted.

 

2000_MTA_NYC_Subway_Map_Sample.jpg

 

Thank you very much, Harry. I really appreciate your help.

By the way, that map looks great!

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Thank you very much, Harry. I really appreciate your help.

By the way, that map looks great!

 

I'm still working on getting the historical and recent subway map page up.

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Awww B) I miss the (9) and (Q6) trains. The (D) via Brighton and (B) via West End

 

but didn't the (9) run the same line as the (1) ? the only exception was that it used to skip some stops like 190th and 215 or something like that.

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wow the (W) wasn't around at this time.

its amazing how the subway makes changes really fast.

 

Neither was the (V) back then...used to remember "the long wait" at Bway-Lafayette for the (F)ox back when I had to visit somewhere. Always seemed like 3-4 trains would go by on those express tracks before that (F)ox came heh

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wow the (W) wasn't around at this time.

its amazing how the subway makes changes really fast.

 

You're right. I recently found a map from 1988 and the subway looked completely different.

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