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Exploring the Abandoned Worth Street Subway Station (2005)

Published on: August 17th, 2005 | Last updated: December 1, 2015 Written by:

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Worth street station on the IRT line is a strange breed among abandoned subway stations.

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Built as the 3rd station north along the original NYC IRT subway line, this awkwardly placed station was lengthened on the downtown side to accommodate a full 10 car train (a feature noticeably lacking in other abandoned IRT stations). Just a few years after it was lengthened though work was begun on lengthening the next station south – Brooklyn Bridge. This station was lengthened northward so as the southern end of the station, which was built on a curve with gap fillers, could be abandoned. Once the full sized Brooklyn Bridge station opened in the early 1960s, Worth Street station became, well, Worthless… …at least to commuters.

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Today Worth Street still lingers in the dust and dirt. The walls have been coated with graffiti, some relatively historic, some maybe not so much…

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As with any tunnel, you’ve got to be careful what shady characters you might find stumbling around… ๐Ÿ™‚
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3 responses to “Exploring the Abandoned Worth Street Subway Station (2005)”

  1. altoid says:

    Is that guy in the last pic part of your crew? Or did you just find him there?

  2. Control says:

    A little of both LOL!

  3. Ja one is 1 of NYC’s best Graffiti Writer/Artist

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