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Subway Porcelain sign Myrtle Fort Greene Brooklyn

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MUTCDVictim's likes8 of 16New York City Subway SignLate 1930's to 1940's Antique Steel Cats Eye Glass Marble Stop Thru Street Sign
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    From the 40's . 12 X 6 inches . Myrtle Avenue is an abandoned local station on the Manhattan Bridge subway tracks (B D N Q trains) south of the bridge in Brooklyn, New York City, United States. The station was opened in 1915, and closed in 1956 for the reconstruction of the flying junction north of DeKalb Avenue to increase capacity for the entire BMT subway line

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