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Second Avenue Local

North = 129th Street

South = to South Ferry or City Hall

Elevated Line

South Ferry had one side platform and one island platform joined at the south end for the Second Avenue and Sixth avenue/Ninth Avenue Systems. The east platforms were used by Second Avenue and West platforms by 6th and 9th Avenue Trains. There was even a loop allowing Downtown 3rd Avenue Trains to go north on 6th or 9th Avenue Systems

Hanover Square had two tracks and an island platform

Fulton Street had two tracks and an island platform

Franklin Square had two tracks and an island platform

Chatham Square The lower level had two tracks and an island platform and was used by the 2nd and some 3rd Avenue Systems. The upper level had three tracks and two island platforms and served trains coming from City Hall Station which was served by some trains on both systems. City Hall is described on the complexes page.

Canal Street had three tracks and two wall platforms. The third track was on an upper level

Grand Street had three tracks and two wall platforms. The third track was on an upper level

Rivington Street had three tracks and two wall platforms. The third track was on an upper level

First Street had three tracks and two wall platforms. The third track was on an upper level

8th Street had two tracks and two wall platforms. The third track was on an upper level

14th Street had three tracks and two wall platforms on the lower level and two wall platforms on the upper level used by express trains

19th Street had three tracks and two wall platforms

23rd Street had two tracks and two wall platforms

34th Street had two tracks and two side platforms on the upper level used by the 2nd Avenue System and two tracks and an island platform on the lower level used by the 34th Street Shuttle.

42nd Street is on one level with three tracks and two island platforms

50th Street had three tracks and two side platforms

57th Street had two levels. The lower level had three tracks and two side platforms and continued toward the Bronx. The upper level, which continued to Queens, had a center platform and serviced trains coming from Queens We cross the Queensboro Bridge via the upper level

65th Street had three tracks and two side platforms

72nd Street had three tracks and two side platforms

80th Street had three tracks and two side platforms

86th Street had three tracks with the lower level serving locals with two side platforms. The upper level had two side platforms and served the center track used by expresses

92nd Street had three tracks and two side platforms

99th Street had three tracks and two side platforms

105th Street had three tracks and two side platforms

111th Street had three tracks and two side platforms

117th Street had three tracks and two side platforms

121st Street had three tracks and two side platforms

125th Street had three tracks and two island platforms

129th Street Terminal was a massive station with platforms from North to south as follows:

Island platform, island platform, a bypass track and two more island platforms. The southernmost island was used by 2nd Avenue Trains and the balance by 3rd Avenue Trains