| B (IND)|
NYCT Bus: M3, Bx33
2 side platforms
10 September 1932
| IND Eighth Avenue Line|
Harlem, Hamilton Heights
| A (late nights)
B (weekdays until 11:00 p.m.)
C (all except late nights)|
New York, NY 10027, United States
125th Street, 145th Street, 155th Street, Cathedral Parkway–110th Street, 116th Street
135th Street is a local station on the IND Eighth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. Located at the intersection of 135th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem and Hamilton Heights, Manhattan, it is served by the C train at all times except nights, when the A train takes over service. The B train provides additional service here on weekdays except nights.
135th Street (IND Eighth Avenue Line) Wikipedia
The 135th Street station opened on September 10, 1932. It is the only local station with six tracks between two side platforms and is one of only three stations in the entire subway system that features six tracks on the same level, within the same tunnel (the others are DeKalb Avenue and Hoyt–Schermerhorn Streets, both in Downtown Brooklyn). The two outermost tracks are used by local trains stopping at this station, while the two innermost tracks are used by express trains. The middle tracks in each direction are lay-up tracks and not used in revenue service.
In this station, all fare controls are at platform level and there are no mezzanines, crossovers, or crossunders.
The full-time booths are at the 135th Street end, and the part-time end of the station is at 137th Street. The booth at the 137th Street exit has been removed. There were restrooms at the 137th Street end of the southbound platform. Both street staircases at this end were built with their entry points facing St. Nicholas Park and have an old-fashioned appearance.One stair, west side of St. Nicholas Avenue at West 135th Street, within St. Nicholas Park (southbound only)
One stair, NE corner of St. Nicholas Avenue and West 135th Street (northbound only)
Two stairs, SE corner of St. Nicholas Avenue and West 135th Street (northbound only)
One stair, west side of St. Nicholas Avenue at West 137th Street, within St. Nicholas Park (southbound only)
One stair, SE corner of St. Nicholas Avenue and West 137th Street (exit-only from northbound platform). Features an array of stone casting in a Cathedral-like setting, originally built in 1932.