66 Street

SIXTY-SIXTH STREET Station has the same design as Astor Place and 50 Street stations, with the number "66" instead of an "A" or "50". Like all of the upper west side stations on the original IRT, there are grates in the median of Broadway above that let in natural light to the station. Note that this station is now "66 St. Lincoln Center."


March 31, 1904





59 Street 72 Street

[City Hall] [Brooklyn Bridge] [Worth St.] [Canal St.] [Spring St.]
[Bleecker St.] [Astor Place] [14 St.] [18 St.] [23 St.] [28 St.] [33 St.]
[Grand Central] [Times Square]
[50 St.] [59 St.] [66 St.] [72 St.] [79 St.] [86 St.] [91 St.] [96 St.]
[103 St.] [110 St.] [116 St.] [125 St.] [137 St.] [145 St.]


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