Peeking into the Brooklyn Bridge subway station

The opening of the subway was so incredible in the first decade of the 20th century, the new stations were frequently the subject of penny postcards, like this one, with its above ground and inside view.


“New York City’s subway system is the most complex of any in the world,” the back of the card reads. “The Brooklyn Bridge Station is the busiest in the world. It is estimated that 2,000,000 pass here daily.”

“The subway consists of four tracks, two for express trains and two for local. During the rush hours the trains run on a minute schedule.”

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2 Responses to “Peeking into the Brooklyn Bridge subway station”

  1. mccormackannie Says:

    Hi Terence.

    Thought you might like this post below.

    4:30am? Ouch! I remember that well. You’re amazing to keep at it. I know it can be rough.

    Looking forward to seeing you soon. Love, Mom

    Sent from Ann McCormack


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