|This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. (January 2009)|
Aerial view of Sands Street Station in 1936
|Services||BMT Myrtle Avenue Line
BMT Fulton Street Line
BMT Fifth Avenue Line
BMT Lexington Avenue Line
|Platforms||2 island platforms (upper level)
5 island platforms and 5 side platforms (lower level)
|Tracks||12 (4 upper level, 8 lower level)|
|Opened||September 1, 1888|
|Closed||March 5, 1944|
|Next north||Park Row
|Next south||Adams Street
Sands Street was a station on the demolished BMT Myrtle Avenue Line. It was a large complex with 2 levels.
The lower level had a terminal and a loop for trains not serving Manhattan. The Sands Street Terminal had 4 tracks and 3 island platforms and a side platform on the East. This was to the West of the Loop tracks and platforms.
The Sands Street Loop had platforms on High Street (one island and two wall with two tracks) and on Sands Street (also two tracks and one island and two wall platforms).
The next stop to the south was:
- Adams Street for trains that used the BMT Myrtle Avenue Line, including the BMT West End Line until 1916, the BMT Lexington Avenue Line, until the close of the station, the BMT Sea Beach Line's predecessor, until 1913, and the BMT Fifth Avenue Line until its closure in 1940 and
- Court Street for trains using the BMT Fulton Street Line, until 1940, including, until 1920, BMT Brighton Line trains.
The next stop to the north was:
It closed on March 5, 1944.
- "Sands Street Complex". StationReporter.net.
- "Fulton Street El". StationReporter.net.
- Sands Street BMT Station (NYCSubway.org)
- Long Island Rail Road Odds & Ends; Scroll down for Sands Street Terminal (TrainsAreFun)
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