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Lexington Avenue-63rd Street (BMT 63rd Street Line)

Lexington Avenue-63rd Street (BMT 63rd Street Line) Lexington Avenue–63rd Street is a New York City Subway station in Lenox Hill, Manhattan, shared by the IND and BMT 63rd Street Lines. Located at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and 63rd Street, it is served by the F and Q trains at all times, and by limited N train service during rush hours.

The station has two platform levels; trains headed southbound to downtown and Brooklyn use the upper level, while trains headed northbound to uptown and Queens use the lower level. This is one of the deepest stations in the subway system requiring several banks of long escalators.Construction started at this station in 1969, and as a result of the city's fiscal crisis, the station did not open unt

The station has two platform levels; trains headed southbound to downtown and Brooklyn use the upper level, while trains headed northbound to uptown and Queens use the lower level. This is one of the deepest stations in the subway system requiring several banks of long escalators.Construction started at this station in 1969, and as a result of the city's fiscal crisis, the station did not open unt

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Lexington Avenue & East 63rd Street, New York, NY 10065
New York, NY
10065

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