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Here's a list of stations that are closest to each other:

 

1. Chambers Street & Park Place (2) & (3)

2. Park Place & Fulton Street (2) & (3)

3. Fulton Street & Wall Street (2) & (3)

4. Fulton Street & Wall Street (4) & (5)

5. Wall Street & Bowling Green (4) & (5)

6. Rector Street & Whitehall Street (R) & (W)

7. 18th Street & 14th Street (1)

8. 69th Street & 74th Street-Broadway (7)

9. Lawrence Street & DeKalb Avenue (M) & (R)

10. Times Square-42nd Street & 5th Avenue (7)

11. Intervale Avenue & Simpson Street (2) & (5)

12. 148th St-Lenox Term (It's really on 149th Street) & 145th Street (3)

13. 28th St & 23rd St (6)

14. 28th & 23rd St (1)

15. 28th & 23rd St (N)(R)(W)

16. 1st Avenue & 3rd Avenue (L)

17. Beverley Rd & Cortelyou Rd (Q)

18. Stillwell Ave-Coney Island & West 8th St-NY Aquarium (F)(Q)

19. Central Park North-110th St & 116th Street (2) & (3)

20. Fulton Street & Broad Street (J)(M)(Z)

 

If there's any more, please feel free & add them here! Thanx!

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this isn't in order right? cause i know that Beverly and Cortelyou Rd's on the Q are less than a full length train apart (600 Ft), and I was pretty sure it was the first by closest together

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this isn't in order right?

 

Yep, this list is not in order.

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Aqueduct Race track and North Conduit Ave. On the (A). Beverly Rd and Cortelyou Rd on the (Q).

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What about 33rd Street-Rawson Street, 40th Street-Lowery Street and 46th Street-Bliss Street on the (7)!

 

Yep, 40th Street-Lowery Street on the (7) is closer to 46th Street-Bliss Street, than it is to 33rd Street-Rawson Street.

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Yep, 40th Street-Lowery Street on the (7) is closer to 46th Street-Bliss Street, than it is to 33rd Street-Rawson Street.

 

iight thanks:tup:

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Here are a cluster of downtown Manhattan stations that are really close to each other. You're looking at a post 9-11 neighborhood map of the subways and streets.

 

downtown_close.jpg

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Nice map, where did you find it? I also think the OP was talking about distance platform to platform, but the map is great any way.

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Here's my input from the BMT Brighton Line

Cortelyou Road and Beverley Road (Q) are very close.

Ocean Parkway (Q) and Brighton Beach (;)(Q) are walking distance too.

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34 Street and 28 Street on the (1)(2)(3).

 

There are also some stations on the MFL on Market Street that are close to each other: 2, 5, 8, 11, 13, and 15 Streets.

 

There are several stations on SEPTA's regional rail lines close together especially on the 2 Chestnut Hill lines.

 

In addition, Ashland and Woodcrest on PATCO are close.

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34 Street and 28 Street on the (1)(2)(3).

 

There are also some stations on the MFL on Market Street that are close to each other: 2, 5, 8, 11, 13, and 15 Streets.

 

There are several stations on SEPTA's regional rail lines close together especially on the 2 Chestnut Hill lines.

 

In addition, Ashland and Woodcrest on PATCO are close.

 

Interesting...

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iight thanks:tup:

 

No prob, bro!

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Here are a cluster of downtown Manhattan stations that are really close to each other. You're looking at a post 9-11 neighborhood map of the subways and streets.

 

downtown_close.jpg

 

Wow, this is cool! Thanks! ;)

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Vernon Blvd-Jackson Ave and Hunterspoint Avenue on the IRT Flushing (7) line are also close to each other.

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Let's not forget Wall St. and Bowling Green on the (4) and (5) and Fulton St. on the same lines.

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