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Magical Adventure Part 2: The Circle Of Life On The B Train


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The Magical Adventure continues on the (B) Train. Faith awaits to see the (B) Train's part of the adventure as many people calls it the Bravo Train. My magic powers may lead us to the path of this special line. 

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A little article I did about the (B) Train

The (B) Train is the IND Sixth Avenue Express Line that has been through changes. I’m going to go back into my early early days (Baby days) of how the B Train Ran. The B Train ran between Washington Heights 168th Street (Weekdays) or 21st Street-Queensbridge (Weekends) and Coney Island Stillwell Avenue and this was back when I was born and lasted for until I was 3 years old. In 1998, the (B) Train switch Northern Terminals with the (C) Train and weekday (B) Train service ends up running from Harlem-145th Street (Bedford Park Blvd during the Rush Hours) to Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue.

Up until July 2001, the Brooklyn portion of the (B) Train used to run via the BMT West End Line and BMT Fourth Avenue Express. Trains used to skip Dekalb Avenue (Except the last few northbound trains ran local in Brooklyn).

Read More http://danphotographycool.com/2014/08/07/the-b-train-review/

 

 

 

More magic to come soon

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