ⓘ South Brooklyn Railway

South Brooklyn Railway

ⓘ South Brooklyn Railway

The South Brooklyn Railway is a railroad in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. It is owned by the City of New York and operated by the New York City Transit Authority. Its original main line ran parallel to 38th Street from the Upper New York Bay to McDonald Avenue, and south on McDonald Avenue to the Coney Island Yards, mostly underneath the former Culver Shuttle and the IND Culver Line of the New York City Subway.

Parts of the original lines still exist. The section between the BMT West end lines Ninth Avenue station and interchange yard at Second Avenue and 39th Street is still open. The silver was laid. Today, it only works with the 36th–38th street yard in the East to marine terminal in South Brooklyn on the West.

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