| B (IND)|
A (all times)
1 island platform
| IND Eighth Avenue Line|
10 September 1932
| NYCT Bus: Bx7, Bx12, Bx12 SBS, Bx20
MTA Bus: BxM1|
New York, NY 10034, United States
Ozone Park–Lefferts Boulevard, Euclid Avenue, Washington Heights‑168th Street, 181st Street, Far Rockaway–Mott Avenue
Inwood–207th Street (formerly Washington Heights–207th Street) is the northern terminal station of the IND Eighth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. Located at the intersection of 207th Street and Broadway in the Manhattan neighborhood of Inwood, near Inwood Hill Park, it is served by the A train at all times.
Inwood–207th Street (IND Eighth Avenue Line) Wikipedia
This underground station opened as Washington Heights–207th Street and was part of the 28 stations opened on September 10, 1932, and served as the northern terminus of the Eighth Avenue Line south to Chambers Street/Hudson Terminal.
There is a single island platform between the two tracks, which are designated as Tracks A3 and A4, and end at bumper blocks just north of the platform at Chaining Station 1541+00. To the immediate south is an Interlocking Plant made up of a diamond crossover that allows trains to get to the correct track, and then proceed to share the right of way with the 207th Street Yard leads to Dyckman Street, which is the next station south. This station terminal has been refurbished with two ADA-accessible elevators added. The mezzanine and street elevator shaft includes artwork titled At the Start...At Long Last by Sheila LaBrettville. The terminal is operated by a Dispatcher's Office at the south end, while the Interlocking Plant is controlled by the CTC located in the 207th Street Yard. The main exit is three street stairs and an elevator at Broadway and 207th Street. The elevator is at the northwest corner while one stair leads from the other three corners.
The north exit is two street stairs to either northern corner of Broadway, Isham Street, and 211st Street.
Inwood Hill Park