4.1 Subways

4.1.4 New York

NYCTA line Q

Screen dump of a view from the line
Description:
Line Q in New York's subway (the Brighton line, Manhattan Bridge, and a part of the Broadway linen, all former BMT), for the class R46 subway train. Due to reconstruction works this line begins at Brighton Beach in Brooklyn instead of Coney Island/Stillwell Avenue and goes to 57th Street on Manhattan using the tracks from there to 63rd Street as lay-up track in the end. There are 2 versions of this line: A local alternative and a rush hour alternative that skips a number of stations in Brooklyn. Announcements of all stations and connecting lines in the local alternative. Generic stations, no trackside details, no details at stations.
Creator:
Travis Alexander talexander@minspring.com
Joe ONeilPhantom909@aol.com
Tony tonywalnuts@msn.com
Alt.:
Express morning
 Stations:
27
 Stops:
14
 TTR:
33 min.
 Distance:
23160 m
Alt.:
Local evening
 Stations:
27
 Stops:
22
 TTR:
40 min.
 Distance:
23160 m
Vehicle:
R-46
 Works with BVE 2:
Yes
 Works with BVE 4:
No
Known problems:
None
Line description:
Real life line Q at the web site www.nycsubway.org:
Everything about the Brighton line.
Little about the Manhattan Bridge.
Everything about the Broadway line.
Track map over the southern part of the line in Brooklyn (Yellow tracks at the map northwards from Brighton Beach to Avenue H)
Track map over the center part of the line in Brooklyn (Yellow tracks on the map northwards from Newkirk Avenue to 7th Avenue)
Track map over the northern part of the line in Brooklyn (yellow tracks on the map from 7th Avenue and northwest via DeKalb Avenue and the abandoned station Myrtle Avenue to Manhattan Bridge)
Track map over the southern part of the line on Manhattan (yellow tracks on the map from Manhattan Bridge and westwards to Canal Street and from there northwards to 14th Street/Union Square)
Track map over northern part of the line on Manhattan> (yellow tracks at the map northwards from 14th Street/Union Square to 57th Street and then the black tracks north of the station for lay-up)
Misc.:
The route simulated for line Q is not the present, but as it was from fall 2002 to the winter 2003-2004.
Download from:
This route was distributed by the since long time ago defunct website www.nyctba.com.
To download from this website:
N/A
Last update of this directory entry:
2010-Nov-2-


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